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Frogs, toads, and salamanders are amphibians. They are wet, soft, and squishy. They feel like jelly. They have gills that let them breathe underwater. When tadpoles get older, they grow back legs first. They grow lungs that breathe air. The body is the same temperature as the air/water around them. They prefer water that is calm. They cannot live in saltwater. Adult frogs are carnivores. Most frogs only eat live animals. Frogs have a long, sticky tongue. The Goliath Frog is about a foot long and weighs about 7 pounds! Frogs have smooth, wet skin. Toads have rough, dry skin. They can absorb it through their skin. The Poison Dart Frog from South America. A scientist who studies frogs and other amphibians. This warns enemies that they are dangerous to eat. Frogs live on every continent except Antarctica. The changes in a frog's life is called metamorphosis. Frogs use their teeth to hold food in place before swallowing.
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