Frog Animal Pictures

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Beautiful Frog, Tree Frog of Borneo
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Golden-eyed leaf frog, Cruziohyla calcarifer
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European green tree frog, Hyla arborea
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European green tree frog, Hyla arborea, sitting on a moss-covered branch.

A big-eyed tree frog is trying to catch a fly with his tongue
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Frog Tadpole out of the water
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Common European frog or Edible Frog, Rana kl. esculenta, in front of white background
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Frog Teeth - Frog Skeleton
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Frog Teeth - Frog Anatomy
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Frog Teeth - Anatomy of Frog
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Frog Teeth - Frog Eating a Fly
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Frog Teeth - Frog
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Frog Teeth - Frog Mouth
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White Animals - Albino Frog
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The albino frog in the wild is a white animal that would be at high risk of being eaten due to its high visibility.

What Do Frogs Eat
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Frogs eat crickets, mealworms, caterpillars, and even mice!

close up of cane toad looking at camera
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Groups of toads, such as the Frog Choir, are called knots.

Animals That Molt - African Dwarf Frog
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The African dwarf frog can shed its skin in one whole piece.

Fear of Animals: Ranidaphobia

Fear of Animals: Ranidaphobia
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A green edible frog, also known as the Common Water Frog, sits on a stone. Edible frogs are hybrids of pool frogs and marsh frogs.

Closeup of a golden poison frog on a log

Yellow Animal – Golden Poison Dart Frog
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Animals with large eyes – tree frog
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The tree frog scares away predators with its big red eyes.

Most beautiful animal – Fleischmann's Glass Frog
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They're certainly pretty, but glass frog's bodies are also super fragile. Even heavy rains can kill them.

By Mirza D. Kusrini, Jodi J. L. Rowley, Luna R. Khairunnisa, Glenn M. Shea, Ronald Altig - Kusrini MD, Rowley JJL, Khairunnisa LR, Shea GM, Altig R (2015) The Reproductive Biology and Larvae of the First Tadpole-Bearing Frog, Limnonectes larvaepartus. PLoS ONE 10(1): e116154. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0116154, CC BY 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=37784743 Adult female Limnonectes larvaepartus from Bontula, Nantu Wildlife Sanctuary, Gorontalo Province, Sulawesi, Indonesia Mirza D. Kusrini, Jodi J. L. Rowley, Luna R. Khairunnisa, Glenn M. Shea, Ronald Altig / CC BY 2.5 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/deed.en

Incredible Rainforest Animals: Limnonectes larvaepartus
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An adult female Limnonectes larvaepartus from the Nantu Wildlife Sanctuary, Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Most Colorful Animals: Blue Dart Frog

Most Colorful Animals: Blue Dart Frog
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The indigenous Emberá people of Colombia have used the powerful venom of the Golden Poisonous Dart Frog for centuries to tip their blowgun darts when hunting, hence the species name.

World's Scariest Animal: Golden Poisonous Dart Frog
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The indigenous Emberá people of Colombia have used the powerful venom of the Golden Poisonous Dart Frog for centuries to tip their blowgun darts when hunting, hence the species name.

Taxidermied male hairy frog (Trichobatrachus robustus) at the Natural History Museum in London, England. By Emőke Dénes - kindly granted by the author, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=78861792 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en

Weirdest Animals Hairy Frog
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The Hairy Frog, one of the weirdest animals, where the males of the species put on a hairy display come breeding season!

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Edible Frog, Pelophylax esculentus (scientific notation: Pelophylax "esculentus") or Rana "esculenta", Family: Ranidae, Location: Germany, Beiningen Holger Krisp / CC BY 3.0, Wikimedia Commons http://commons.wikipedia.su/wiki/File:Pelophylax_esculentus_teichfrosch.jpg https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en

Green frog in Krka National Park, Croatia
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Pstevendactylus - Public Domain

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Yellow-banded Poison Dart frog Dendrobates leucomelas at Bristol Zoo, Bristol, England. Photographed by Adrian Pingstone in May 2005 and released to the public domain.
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Bill and Sam Lionheart - License Information.

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Harmen Piekema - License Information.

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Millie Bond - Copyright A-Z Animals

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