Daniella, Master Herpetologist, filming a toad for toadsnfrogs.com
Daniella filming a toad for this website 🙂

Welcome to toadsnfrogs.com! Daniella is a Master Herpetologist who founded this website. With the help of other Master Herpetologists, trained vets, and passionate frog lovers, she is dedicated to educating the general population on frogs by meeting them where they are in their Google Search.

Learn more about frogs in our blog posts below 🙂

The Ultimate Frog Guide

I love frogs and they have been part of my life since I found one for the first time in my backyard as a child. I am excited to share …

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Reasons Not Have Pet Frog-min

Are Frogs Good Pets?

Many pet websites that make the bulk of their income selling you pet frog accessories will tell you that you should have a pet frog. Although I love frogs, I …

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What Toads Look Like Eggs-min

Toad Eggs: Everything There is to Know

As a kid, I loved going out looking for toads and I always thought it was pretty easy to find toad eggs. Compared to frog eggs, fish eggs, and salamander …

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Spindly Leg Syndrome: Reasons & Treatment

As someone who works as a zookeeper and is studying to be an exotic veterinary technician, amphibians diseases and ailments are a large concern and interest for me. Learning the …

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Natural Frog Repellant-min

5 Natural Frog Repellents That Work

I love having frogs in my yard because they act as a natural mosquito repellant, but I understand that many people do not want them around. This especially makes sense …

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Xeno Xenomorph Frog Real-min

Is The Alien Xenomorph Frog Real?

You may have seen memes and images of an alien-looking “xenomorph frog” online and may be wondering if it actually exists. As a Master Herpetologist specializing in frogs, I can …

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10 Important Rules of Frog Husbandry

I have worked at an exotic pet store, in a zoo, and at an exotic veterinary clinic, so I can assure you that amphibians make very cool pets. I have …

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Frog Hibernation: How Frogs Survive Winter

I learned about how frogs survive winter hands-on from my outdoor pet toad while living in Canada. Frogs and toads can survive the harsh winter months and emerge in the …

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What do Frogs do at Night?

Those noises you hear in the pond behind your home at night in early spring probably are not crickets or ducks – they are more than likely frogs. Frogs thrive …

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Frog Lifespan: How Long Frogs Live

Toads and frogs can have a much longer lifespan than most people think. I had a pet toad in our yard as a child and he lived to be over …

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What Colleges Offer Herpetology?

While it may be difficult to find a degree program in herpetology, it is certainly not impossible to study herpetology in college.  Many schools, while not offering degrees in herpetology, …

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Are Frogs Carnivores?

It is common knowledge that frogs eat bugs as froglets and as adults. But what frogs eat can seem confusing because their diet changes depending on their life cycle stage. …

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14 Frogs Can You Find in The Rainforest

Rainforests are home to hundreds of fascinating frog species that are generally active all year round. The Rainforest contains the perfect environment for frogs to thrive with an abundance of …

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Frog Teeth: Everything There is to Know

I loved watching my frog eat potato bugs when I was a kid, but wondered if it had any teeth. It seemed as if my frog would just suck up …

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Why Are Cane Toads a Problem?

There were no toads in many parts of the world until Cane Toads were taken from South America in the 1930s and brought to other countries, making them an invasive …

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Do Frogs Have Personalities?

If you’ve ever met a frog, you may have been charmed by their cute faces and silly antics. Frogs are remarkable little creatures that can thrive in the wild and …

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Frogs Eyes: Everything to Know

Have you ever looked at a frog’s eyes up close? They are incredible! They look like tiny planets full of speckles, color and depth. Frog eyes have horizontal or vertical …

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Frog Sounds-min

What Sounds do Frogs Make?

Frogs make a variety of sounds from the common “ribbit ribbit” to the more sophisticated croak, chirp, or hoot. But the sound a frog makes truly depends on a variety …

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How do Frogs Communicate?

You’ve likely heard a frog call at some point in your life, perhaps even in your own yard or neighborhood. But have you ever thought about why frogs call, and …

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Does Salt Kill Frogs?

It is well-known that frogs generally inhabit freshwater spaces, such as ponds, marshes, and inland water bodies. My grandmother had frogs on her property and, to my dismay, would use …

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Where Do Tree Frogs Go In The Winter?

One of the things that I learned when I was young is that all frogs are cold-blooded animals, meaning that their body temperature fluctuates based on their environment. I live …

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How do Frogs Eat-min

How Do Frogs Eat?

If you ever watched how frogs eat their prey, you probably noticed that they eat in the most interesting way. I loved watching my pet toad lick up potato bugs …

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Do Frogs Have Hair?

Frogs are so diverse and unique with over 7,500 species around the world. I discussed how frogs have teeth, but toads do not in other articles on this blog, yet …

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Pet Frog Should You Have One-min

How Much Does it Cost to Have a Pet Frog?

Many pet websites will tell you that you should have a pet frog since it only costs $5 to $70 to have one, right? Wrong. Pet frogs are more expensive …

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Which Frogs Are Endangered?

I find conservation so important to anyone working with animals, or even just interested in animals. I had lessons on amphibian conservation during my Master Herpetologist degree and learned much …

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Frog Defense-min

How do Frogs Defend Themselves?

Frogs are far from the top of the food chain and have so many predators it may be hard to imagine how they can defend themselves. However, frogs employ a …

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When Do Frogs Come Out Of Hibernation?

Frogs are cold-blooded animals that rely on the heat of the environment to keep themselves warm. This is one reason why frogs are so prevalent in warmer environments. At the …

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Do Frogs Mate With Fish?

Frogs are amphibians, meaning that they are born in water but can also live on land as adults. Therefore, frogs may interact significantly with other aquatic species such as fish. …

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Can Frogs Feel Happy?

To humans, frogs may seem happy when they are just chilling in the water, sitting on branches relaxing, or even waiting for food to pass them by. Although we do …

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How Many Frogs Are There In The World?

Frogs are amphibians that fall under the classification of the order of Anura, which is the most abundant order among amphibians representing 88% of the current population. There are 54 …

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What is Killing Frogs?

I’ve been interested in conservation for a long time, through my schooling and my Master Hereptology certificate. Whenever I visit a zoo I see the population projects they are working …

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What Color Are Poisonous Frogs?

I hold a certificate in Master Herpetology and have learned about frog and toad species during my studies for school. I love to educate people about these cool species, especially …

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