How Many Species of Frogs Are There?

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5,000 is the number of known species of frogs. They range in size from less than half an inch to nearly a foot long (two and a half feet with legs extended), and can be found in a fascinating variety of colours and patterns.
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Frogs are amphibians. There are around five thousand known species of frogs. However, scientists keep discovering new species all the time.
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There are over 5,000 species of frogs in the world. Some of the better known ones are the American bullfrog, the Red-Eye tree frog and the Water frog. Some funny ones are the Tomato frog, the Rice frog and the Smiling frog. You can find more information here: http://allaboutfrogs.org/info/species/index.html
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