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Frogs and Toads of West Virginia
Green Frogs. Tadpoles are omnivores in general, feeding on plants and microorganisms. All adult frogs and toads are carnivores, preying mainly on insects. The larger species may feed on small mammals, snakes, other frogs, and ...
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Toads
True frogs were in existence as long ago as the early Jurassic period, predating the appearance of most of the major dinosaur groups. What is the Difference Between Frogs and Toads? Common Frog (Rana temporaria) Common Toad (Bufo bufo) Frogs and toads look superficially quite similar. However, frogs usually have a smooth, moist skin and spend most of their ...
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Amphibian and Reptile habitat
Ponds provide very important amphibian breeding sites and are used by all our native newts, frogs and toads. The best amphibian ponds tend to be the smaller, shallower ones which dry up in some years. These ponds do not support fish and ...
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Hop to It - Irish Frog Survey - FAQ's About Frogs
Their history is long and complex from a fish like ancestor to the three groups of amphibians which exist today, the Anura (frogs and toads), the Urodela (newts and salamanders) and the Apoda (worm like ... many known species of frogs and toads are there in the world? There are 2,500 species which live a variety of habitats from swamps and marshes to mountain streams and deserts. New species are ...
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Exploratorium: Frogs: About the Exhbition/page 1 of 2
The Exploratorium's temporary exhibition area became a nature preserve displaying some of the world's most fascinating creatures. More than 75 individual animals, representing 18 species of frogs and toads, were housed in terrariums and aquariums that replicated habitats from all corners of the globe. ...
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Exploratorium: Frogs: Frog Myths Across Cultures
Frogs and toads have shared the world with humans as far back as our species' memory extends. With their huge eyes, their quadrupedal bodies, their love of and need for water, and their eerie voices, frogs and toads are both distinctly alien to humans and uncannily like us. Cultures the world over and throughout history have ...
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Frogs Australia Network - Frog Books
E.E. and Cogger, H.M. 1983. Zoological Catalogue of Australia. Volume 1: Amphibia and Reptilia. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. Fleming, G and K. 2000. Investigate: Frogs and Toads. Random House. Glasby, C.J., Ross, G.J.B. and Beesley, P.L. ...
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Frog and Toad Photographs and Calls
Frog and Toad Photographs and Calls Frogs and Toads in Color and Sound by Lang Elliott, NatureSound Studio Twelve photographs are featured in this photo-album, along ... of Lang's frog and toad sound recordings, available for commercial use. Learn to identify species by sound using Lang's comprehensive audio guide: "THE CALLS OF FROGS AND TOADS." Links to RealAudio sound ...
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Frog Photograph and Call: Green Treefrog
Image and sounds copyright Lang Elliott, all rights reserved The Calls of Frogs and Toads: Learn to identify frogs and toads by their sounds using Lang Elliott's comprehensive audio guide to the calls of 42 species found east of the Great Plains. Return to: Frogs and Toads in Color and ...
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Frogs Australia Network - Keeping Frogs and Tadpoles
Frogs Australia Network - Keeping Frogs and Tadpoles Keeping Frogs and Tadpoles Conservation Frog Declines Threatening Processes Habitat Loss Introduced Species Cane Toads Pollution Climate change Diseases Ultraviolet Radiation Saving Frogs ...
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