Are Frogs Good For The Garden?

Are frogs good for the Garden

Frogs are amphibians that love wet moist environments. For this reason, they are often attracted to gardens. Even watering your lawn can attract any frogs that may be close by. But do you have to be worried about frogs that are attracted to your garden? In general, frogs are good to have in a garden. … Read more

Why Do Frogs Inflate or Puff up Their Throats?

Why do frogs puff up their throats

In the wet months of the year, it’s common to see frogs in or near ponds, and other water bodies puffing up their throats. But why do they do it? Frogs puff up and inflate their throat to croak. The part of the throat that gets inflated is known as a vocal sac. Depending on … Read more

4 Reasons Why Frogs Live Near Water (Or In Damp Places

Why do frogs live near water

Many people know that most frogs love to hang around in or near freshwater bodies, such as ponds, lakes, or streams. But have you ever wondered why frogs live near water?  Frogs live near bodies of freshwater because they need to keep their skin moist. Frogs breathe through their skin, in addition to their lungs, … Read more

Do Tree Frogs Change Color? (Color Variations Explained

Do tree frogs change color

Many tree frogs have a coloration that helps them blend into their environments. Tree frogs that spend most of their time among green foilage may have a green coloration, while those that spend most of their time closer to the ground may have a brownish coloration.  But do tree frogs change color? Many tree frog … Read more

Do Frogs Change Color? (Science Behind Color Variations

Do frogs change color

Many frogs have a coloration that helps them blend into their environments. Frogs of the same species living in different regions may have variations in fixed color patterns, suited to their specific environments. But can frogs change color? Many frog species are capable of changing color in response to background color, mood, light, and temperature … Read more

Why Do Frogs Ride On Each Other’s Backs?

Frogs are amphibians, meaning they spend part of their lives in the water and part on land. In the spring, frogs head to their breeding sites, and it’s common to see frogs ‘piggybacking’ on other frogs. Frogs ride on each other backs to mate in an embrace called ‘amplexus’. In almost all frog and toad … Read more