Frogs are amphibians.
...A Frog... Da!
It's an amphibian.
The golden frog is the most poisonous animal in the world. It is a kind of poison dart frog and has enough poison to kill 20 people.
I would probably say,.... a frog.
Yes, a frog is a heterotrophic animal, not a autotrophic animal
An amphibian is an animal that can live in both land and water, some examples being a frog or a salamander.
A frog is a consumer. Amphibians are secondary consumers. A secondary consumer is an animal that eats smaller animals that eat plants.
A toad is an animal type frog.
The frog is your favorite animal because it rocks!!!!
A frog belongs to the animal group, amphibian.
One kind of animal that is considered to be a solitary animal is the cougar. Also, the common frog, rhinoceros, and red panda are considered solitary animals.
grasshopper, bat, some kind of frog
Yes a frog is a aquatic animal while it is growing. After growing it is a land animal and a aquatic animal.
No, they are not. A raccoon is a kind of mammal, which is an animal with hair, while a frog is a kind of amphibian, which is an animal without hair that (if I remember correctly) starts in the water, undergoes some form of metamorphasis and then lives on land. They are in almost no way related to eachother.
Yes, the word 'frog' (the animal) is a noun, a word for a thing.
There are many different species of frog in austrailia, and just as many answers to this question. Frog development depends on which kind of frog we are discussing, not on which continent the animal is from.
A toad is like a frog.