Cool fact! About 88% of all amphibians are classified as frogs.
There are 4,810 species in the order Anura, which means “tail less.”
Also, there’s no taxonomic difference between frogs and toads, as is commonly thought, we just decide the difference based on appearance. Toads are usually in the family Bufonidae, but can also be in the same family as other, more traditionally frog-looking species.
There are over 4,000 species of frogs in the world, and scientists are continuously discovering new species as they explore the tropical rainforests more and more, as well as other remote parts of the globe. Just in this year alone, scientists discovered about 200 new species of frogs in the Madagascar region.
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