Toads and frogs with webbed feet
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How Are Frogs Different From Toads
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All about frogs and toads
It's never a good idea to take in a wild animal as a pet. Frogs do not stand on their hind legs, which they use to move around, not catch prey. A Anonymous Nov 1, Toads are much more likely to crawl than hop. Toads, on the other hand, are shorter and stubbier. Not Helpful 15 Helpful Not Helpful 12 Helpful There are many physical differences, such as differences in skin, color, and body type. A toad's eyes are lower down than the eyes of a frog, and football shaped. Frogs stay close to the water, where they spend much of their time. Their hind legs will be shorter than their heads and bodies. A frog's hind legs are longer than its head and body. Method 2 Quiz True or False. You may also see sticky pads on a frog's feet.
Toads are a sub-classification of frogs, meaning that all toads are frogs, but not all Frogs usually have webbed hind feet, and some have webbed front feet.
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