Blue Poison Dart Frog

Frogs

American Bull Frog

Frogs

Giant tree frog

Frogs

American Bull Frog Blue Poison Dart Frog Giant tree frog

In celebration of World Frog Day, we've put together an infographic that highlights some of our favorite amphibian facts!

Did you know? The word amphibian comes from the Greek word amphibios, which refers to the fact that the early life stages of many frogs are aquatic and that the adult stages are generally terrestrial.

Frogs can be found on every continent except Antarctica. They are especially prevalent in North and South America!

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Learn more about some of our favorite frogs:

  • American Bullfrog

    The bullfrog is the largest frog in North America.

    American Bull Frog
  • Blue Poison-Dart Frog

    This colorful frog was not discovered by scientists until 1968.

    Blue Poison Dart Frog
  • Giant Waxy Tree Frog

    These frogs inhabit drier parts of the treetops, where they prevent themselves from drying out by wiping wax, produced by special skin glands, over their bodies.

    Giant tree frog

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