Where Do Frogs Live?

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Frogs live in areas such as streams, lakes, rivers and ponds as they can exist in both cold and hot places. They live in every part of the world except the oceanic islands and Antarctica. The places where you can get most frogs are in the tropical regions.
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With the lone exception of Antarctica, frogs can be found on every continent on earth. They're incredibly diverse and can live in a variety of wide ranging environments, from the coldest to the warmest.
Frogs live in or near water. In order to survive, their skin has to be kept moist. They usually live near ponds, streams, lakes and rivers.
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