What is the difference between a toad and a frog?



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    A toad is a reference to a number of species of amphibians. They generally differ from frogs in their appearance, as toads are more suited and adapted to living in dry habitats. They usually have more leathery skin to easily retain water and are of a brown color to camaflouge better.

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