The keys to telling that this is a frog is that it doesn’t have a parotid gland or warts, it has long legs, and the skin appears smooth.
The answer is…. toad! It is a Spiny Alpine Toad (Scutiger nyingchiensis) from the family Megophryidae. It is found in the Himalayas.
The answer to this week’s frog or toad is….toad! It is a Dendrophryniscus brevipollicatus a species of toad from the true toad family – Bufonidae. The skin is vary bumpy and dry which can help with identifying if its a frog or a toad.
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The answer is….
TOAD..let. It’s a Red-backed Toadlet(Pseudophryne coriacea). It is from the family Myobatrachidae, the Australian ground frogs. They are found in Southeast Australia.
The answer is….frog! It is a Marbled Sand Frog (Sphaerotheca rolandae) from the family Dicroglossidae, the forked tongue frogs. The Marbled Sand Frog is found in India and Sri Lanka. Why is it a frog? because I and biologists say so