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www.learner.org/jnorth/search/FrogNotes1.html

A. The eyes protrude from the head so a frog can see in several directions at the same time, even though ... Q. Does each frog species have its own kind of call?

www.thespruce.com/frogs-as-pets-1236811

Jul 8, 2017 ... Frogs can make lovely pets for the right person but frogs in the wild are ... Make sure you know the right kind of tank your frog will need (i.e. ...

www.petmd.com/reptile/nutrition/what-feed-your-frog

Your frog's diet will be specifically based on species, age, total in the group, ... at your local pet store to feed your frog, or you can raise your own crickets to cut ...

frogs.cc/frogs-for-kids

Jan 27, 2014 ... What fun would frogs be for kids if they can't ever touch them? ... of frog species that will be good potential choices for kids to own. ... They require a lot of food, but would be considered by most children to be a fun type to have.

allaboutfrogs.org/info/housing

There are four types of standard tank setups for frog care which you will need to ... pond of your very own, if your lucky enough to live in an area suitable for frogs!

www.lovethatpet.com/small-pets/frogs

Our Frog Care Guide will help you make the right choices with tips and advice on ... to produce a comfortable and homelike frog habitat in a terrarium in your own home. ... For some other types of frogs, a tank that opens at the top, and has two ...

www.livescience.com/50692-frog-facts.html

May 1, 2015 ... Frogs and toads do have specific traits that define them, however, according to ... Since there are so many types of frogs, one size doesn't fit all.

www.burkemuseum.org/blog/all-about-frogs

Oct 22, 2015 ... Frog eggs do not have a shell, so they need some kind of moisture to keep them from drying out until they ... Why do frogs eat their own skin?

www.nwf.org/Kids/Ranger-Rick/Animals/Amphibians-and-Reptiles/Frogs.aspx

It can leap about 50 times its own body length. ... Here's another thing that sounds freaky about frogs: Many kinds can make themselves disappear! It's not really ...