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Horned Frog

ANURA \ uh-noor-uh

  1. “A major extant order of the class Amphibia. It includes frogs and toads, which are known by people around the world.”
  2. Literally means “without tail”

Usage: “Frogs and toads are both Anuran because they’re within the same order!”

Animalia → Chordata → Amphibia → Anura

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UVB Light and Tree Frog

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Toad Eating Worm

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Frog Croaking in Water

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