Monday, July 10, 2006

Ribbet Ribbet

Frogs are among the most diverse groups of animals. With over 5,000 species, frogs live in all parts of the world and in many different climates, but most can be found in tropical rainforests. Many people believe that frogs and toads are different species, but in fact there is only one family that is officially called "toads" by scientists. Some people refer to all frogs that have drier skin and live in drier climates as "toads," but this is not necessarily their scientific description. Frogs can be seen in popular culture today. Kermit the Frog is one of the most well-known children's characters of all times. Many people are also familiar with the story of the Frog Prince.


Girl and Frog



Tree Frog by Alicia



Sunny Day Frog


Check out these interesting frogs from Japan:



Frog House made of sugar





Frog Statue guarding Matsumoto Temple in Japan

1 Comments:

At 5:00 AM, Blogger AnJaka said...

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