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 in Canada and temperatures can easily reach -40° during the Winter. Despite the harsh cold, frogs still come out and thrive in the Spring. So … Read more

10 Frogs You Can Find In California

Despite the dry, hot temperatures and salty coastal waters, California is home to over 50 different amphibious creatures including frogs, toads, and salamanders. Among these amphibians, frogs are the most widespread. As a general rule, California is home to a wide variety of frogs including California Tree Frogs, American Bullfrogs, Pacific Tree Frogs, California Red-Legged … Read more

Are Frogs And Toads Different?

When I was a kid I loved toads, but I always got frog-related gifts on my birthday. Everybody knows what a frog is, but few people know why toads are any different. Too often, the words frog and toad are used interchangeably, yet they are not the same species. All toads are frogs, yet frogs … Read more

9 Types of Frogs You Can Find in Ohio

The urban legend of the Loveland Frog that originated in Ohio folklore has made this State a favourite location to look for frogs. Though have been no recent sightings of giant frogs since the legend was started in the 1970s, there is a very diverse range of frogs and toads that can be found in … Read more

Where Do Frogs Lay Their Eggs?

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Amphibians can thrive in a vast range of environments, but they generally tend to have specific requirements for reproduction. I have seen frog eggs where you may expect them, like in marshes, ponds, or fens, but I have also found them in a backyard pool! That doesn’t mean it is the best location for frogs … Read more

Which Frogs Are Poisonous in Florida

Florida is home to plenty of different frog species because the climate is so wonderful for these amphibians. However, it is important to note that some frogs are poisonous in Florida. Poisonous frogs and toads can generally be dangerous to pets and young children. So which poisonous frogs should you avoid in Florida? As a … Read more

Do Frogs Eat Fish?

You may have watch frogs feasting on insects and worms on YouTube or even in your own backyard. There is also a likelihood that you have seen videos of large Bullfrogs eating larger insects like crickets and even mice. But did you know that frogs also eat fish? As a general rule, frogs eat smaller … Read more

Are Frogs Cannibals?

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While frogs may look very cute in nature photography, you may be surprised to learn that frogs engage in cannibalism. Frogs even engage in filial cannibalism, meaning that some adults will not hesitate to eat the young of their own species, including their offspring. As a general rule frogs are cannibals and engage in cannibalism. … Read more

Is Frog Pee Poisonous?

Since contact with certain toxic frog species poses serious risks for humans and animals, many animal lovers have begun questioning whether all frogs can be harmful beneath the surface. There is plenty of confusion regarding whether other frog body parts or fluids can be poisonous, especially concerning urine.  Frog pee is not poisonous but it … Read more

Can You Get Salmonella From Frogs?

It’s well-known that ingesting mucus from certain frog species can pose some serious health risks. The inherent toxicity levels of certain frog species is not the only concern, as one can also fall ill due to various other harmful bacteria and pathogens on a frog’s skin, including Salmonella. Frogs can generally carry Salmonella bacteria, and … Read more