Frogs are terrestrial and belong to the genus Anura. Anura is derived from the Greek word meaning no tail. As we all know, most of them have long backs and legs. Short body They have wide eyes and no tail. Most frogs live in lakes and rivers.

There are only about 10 species of frogs that most of us have ever seen, but there are more than 6,000 species of frogs in the world. Toads, which we call frogs, also belong to the frog species. The most common frogs are common frogs.

Adult frogs range in size from half an inch to 13 inches, depending on the species. The largest of the frog species is the Goliath. These frogs can grow up to 13 inches in length and weigh up to 7 pounds. They are common in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea in Africa.