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Beach Frog

Beach Frogs are amphibians known for their jumping abilities, croaking sounds, bulging eyes, and slimy skin. They live worldwide and are among the most diverse animals, with more than 6,000 species. Frogs substantially outnumber the two other groups of amphibians — salamanders and caecilians.

Frogs are amphibians known for their jumping abilities, croaking sounds, bulging eyes, and slimy skin. They live worldwide and are among the most diverse animals, with more than 6,000 species. Frogs substantially outnumber the two other groups of amphibians — salamanders and caecilians.

Five fun facts about frogs
A group of frogs is called an army. …
Frogs drink water through their skin. …
Frogs are found all over the world. …
The world’s largest frog species is the ‘Goliath Frog’
A frog’s eyes and nose are on the top of their heads.
Do frogs have teeth?
Some have tiny teeth on their upper jaws and the roof of their mouths, while others sport fanglike structures. Some species are entirely toothless. And only one frog, out of the more than 7,000 species, has true teeth on both upper and lower jaws.

Can frogs bite you?
Why Do Frogs Bite? Generally, frogs bite out of self-defense when they are agitated or threatened. Some species may also bite if they mistake a body part for food. The vast majority of frog bites cannot harm a human, but some danger is possible due to viral or bacterial diseases frogs can carry

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