What are frogs?

In the words of the incredible David Duchovny “What are frogs?” Frogs are animals if you didn’t know that at least. Next, frogs are chordates. The characteristic of chordates are notochord, a dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, an endostyle, and a post-anal tail, for some part of their life. Other chordates include fish, snakes, and us. After that, they are amphibians. Amphibians don’t have any scales, feathers, or fur. There are two other amphibian groups Salamanders and Caecillians. Finally, frogs are anurans. The order Anura contains all the frog and toad families. Frogs differ from salamanders and caecillians because they have 4 limbs and no long tail.

What aren’t frogs? Food, bait, targets. Stop killing them you turds.

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