Sites dealing with frogs and toads that are suitable for children.
Answers to common questions about the lives of frogs and toads.
Become a friend of a frog when you learn about frog art around the world, amazing facts, and unfortunately some malformed frogs.
Illustrated guide tells what frogs are, where they live, what they eat, how they protect themselves, and why they are important. Also includes crafts, stories, songs, poems, and printable activities.
Features an online exhibition, frog myths across cultures, and sound files.
Basic information about this creature, along with advice on choosing one as a pet, building a vivarium, and care and feeding.
Audio files of the calls of various species of frogs.
General frog and toad information including species caresheets, pet care information, and environmental issues. Also fun activities, jokes, printable pages, pictures, and clip art.
Online project designed for 4th throughout 9th grade students features frogs that live in the Great Lakes watershed. Includes interactive quizzes, a guide to 10 common types, and fact or fiction section.
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency offers a page of frogs to color, a webcam, and fun facts. Learn the dangers that the creatures face.
Comprehensive guide including descriptions, distributions, breeding calls, identification key, and a glossary.
An online virtual dissection of a frog that uses flash to teach frog anatomy and physiology.
Sketches and descriptions of the most common types.
Find out about the largest native frog in North America. Includes description, diet, size, range, predators, and population status.
Learn how to dissect a frog with photo images, movies, and text. Then practice parts of the dissection. [Requires QuickTime plug-in.]
Offers pictures, sound clips, stories, songs, and links to scientific information.
Find out about different species and caring for frogs as pets.
Information about habitats and habits, trivia, fun facts, and a look at the differences between frogs and toads.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory offers an interactive tool demonstrating the amphibian's skeleton and internal organs.
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