Frogs and toads are not Reptiles like Lizards, Snakes, and Turtles, they are Amphibians. Amphibians are among the first group of vertebrates to leave the oceans and venture out onto land. They have thin, moist skin that looses moisture easily, so they typically live in or near water. They externally fertilize their young (like fish) and lay similar soft-bodied eggs which must remain moist.
Like reptiles, amphibians are cold blooded (meaning they do not produce their own body heat like we do, their body temperature is always the same as the surrounding temperature.) Because they do not produce their own heat they eat far less food than Mammals and Birds do.
Frogs and Toads may look similar, but they are actually quite different from each other. Frogs have smooth, moist skin, whereas Toads have dry, bumpy skin. Frogs need to live in or around water, but Toads do not have the same restriction. Frogs have higher-placed, rounder, bulgier eyes, and Toads have lower-set football shaped eyes)
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