Children's & Fantasy/Sci-Fi Books

Frogs and Toads are Cool

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I’m a huge fan of Arnold Lobel’s FROG AND TOAD books. So, it was doubly delightful to discover this amphibious assortment from http://www.boredpanda.com/unusual-frogs-toads/

These surreal frog and toad photos look like they’re from a sci-fi movie, but are real examples of these amphibians’ diversity. They are found almost everywhere around the world, and range in size from a tiny 7.7 mm (0.3 inches) to the goliath frog’s whopping 32 cm (12.6 inches).

The world frog population is in rapid decline, and over 1/3 of all frog species are threatened with extinction. Many scientists believe that amphibians are a good biological indicator of broader ecosystem health, which means we might have something to worry about. So if you want future generations to be able to enjoy such beauty, do your part—be mindful of the environment!

If you have any cool photos of unusual frogs, please add them to this list – and upvote your favorite photos, too!

#1 Cuban Tree Frog Eating A Lightbulb

Cuban Tree Frog Eating A Lightbulb

Not the brightest creature in the forest…

#2 Black Rain Frog

Black Rain Frog

“I’m not fat, I’m just big-boned.”

#3 Flying Frog

Flying Frog

#4 Three Camouflaged Toads

3 Camouflaged Toads

A camouflaged frog walks into a bar, eats shoots and leaves.

#5 Mossy Frog

Mossy Frog

#6 I Am Lord Of All I Survey

I Am Lord Of All I Survey

“Bow before my awesome amphibitude!”

#7 Real Life Kermit The Frog

Real Life Kermit The Frog

“It’s not easy being green.” *flails arms*

#8 Indian Bullfrog

Indian Bullfrog

The Princess Leia of bullfrogs

#9 Chasing


#10 Grumpy


Author: Henry Herz

Children's book author

One thought on “Frogs and Toads are Cool

  1. Love these; thanks for sharing! I definitely see a picture book in the making….

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