Frogs and toads, though both are amphibians, are two different species.
Toads are amphibians, allied to frogs and salamanders.
toad. Frogs are slimy and some are poisonous creatures. your opinion. The computer says toads but other people may like frogs.
Yes, frogs have a longer jump than a toad.
a horny toad is not a toad it is a lizard and is found in vantage
A American toad lasts as long as it is from Elementry, to High School, if treated correctly.
There are many factors that play a part in how long a toad may live, however they can live as long as 40 years.
They are a long-lived species as frogs go -- Typically they live for 10-15 years, although there are a few records of some living up to 30 years, believe it or not.
they are frogs
This really depends on the type of toad you are talking about. If you are talking about the common pond toad, it takes 5 years for them to become fully sized and they can have a lifespan up to 40 years!
The toad's names are Grundel Toad , Mrs. Dolores 'Mama' Toad , Mozo Toad and Gringo Toad .
It can be as short as a couple months (Cane Toad) or as long as 1 to 3 years (Bullfrogs.)
Well, there are horned toads and horned frogs. Horned toads are acually lizards with hornes and spikes and horned frogs are frogs with horns as well.
Frogs and toad belong to the order anura
It is a toad. The American toad is the common toad. There is also a common frog. Don't get them mixed up! The same is true in the UK: we have common toads which are toads, and common frogs which are frogs. Confusion begins to arise in the tropics, where iconic species like poison-arrow frogs could really be classed as toads due to their ability to crawl/climb. True frogs always hop.