How Do Frogs Sleep?


It has never been determined if frogs actually sleep. They do enter periods of being very still, with their eyes closed, sometimes those periods last a long time, and it is assumed that they are sleeping. They also burrow into the ground sometimes if the weather is bad, and appear to be nearly in a hibernation sleep while the weather is nasty, then they resume normal activity.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Amphibia Order: Anura
There is no scientific distinction between "frogs" and "toads," although most anurans are usually referred to as one or the other. Anurans have several synapomorphies that distinguish them from other amphibians.
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Frogs will find most often try to find a large object to sleep near for protection, such as a rock or tree. They sleep very lightly so they can be ready to flee danger. This is why you will rarely see a frog sleep. As you approached they heard you and woke up. You can find more information here:
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