Yes, frogs that are out of water for too long with dry, shrivel, and die. They breathe through their skin as well as their lungs, however they require their skin to be moist for this respiration to occur. Frogs are the opposite of humans in that sense, without water, frogs will suffocate and die, humans that take on too much water will drown (suffocate).
Frogs need water in order to survive. That is part of being an amphibian. Water is the most important nutrient they must recieve in order to live as happy, healthy frogs. They absorb water through the skin, so they do not necessarily have to drink a lot of water, they just have to be submerged or have water in general some way or another.
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