Frogs need to live near water because they, like other amphibians, have extremely porous skin that dries out very easily, so they need the constant moisture that water provides. Also, they lay their eggs in water and live their young years as tadpoles in water. They wouldn’t want to leave the water and risk not being able to find their way back when the time comes for planting eggs.
They live near water for many reasons. One is frogs need water in order to lay their eggs. They also must remain near water to keep their skin wet. Frogs breath through their skin as well as through their lungs, but this can only be done if the frogs skin is kept moist.
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