A Beginner's Guide to Keeping a Pet Frog
Frogs are common in nearly all corners of the world, from the tropics to subarctic regions, but are most commonly found in tropical rainforests. They are not found in places in the far north, or in places like the Sahara. There are roughly 4,800 different recorded species of frog.
With so many types of frog, it is no surprise that there is great diversity. Most of the differences between frogs depends on where the frog calls home—whether in the trees, in the water, on the ground, or a combination of the three. For instance, tree frogs have special pads on their toes to help them stick to plants and trees, water-dwellers have special ways of breathing so they can gather oxygen from the water, and ground-dwellers can have special toes to help them dig burrows. With so many frogs, how do you choose?
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