Frogs!

A group of frogs is called an army! 😉 Thank you for being here friends from the US!  😉

One day our site got a picture from Flickr for a frog. The picture was one of a kind, we’ve been trying to locate it but we couldn’t trace it back yet.
In the meantime, it inspired our team to think about the frogs especially with the fact that some people eat them and consider their legs a delicacy (as in France). Many questions came to mind when searching the history of the frogs and how they are very special beings.Frog1
Frogs vs toads, what is the difference? Frogs are different than toads in being in water rather than around water, and their bodies are slimy rather than dry. They also have teeth while toads don’t.
 

Do frogs’ eyes have eyelids? Frogs have two transparent eyelids, one on the bottom, one on the top, and a third semi-transparent eyelid. Just like our eyelids, they serve to protect the eye underwater and keep it moist on land.

Why some people have frog’s eyes?
May be similarity in the angel or the protrusion only.

Are all frog edible?
The edible frog is a name for a common European frog, also known as the common water frog or green frog . It is used for food, particularly in France for the delicacy frog legs.

Pet frogs?
According to Frogs and Toads of the Southeast, anyone who chooses to have a frog as a pet should know how to care for it in captivity. While some frogs make good pets, others do not. Not all frogs are able to adjust to captive conditions. However, certain species may adapt well if properly cared for.

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There is more to be said, but until we chat again, here’s our hugs and kisses

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