Notably, toads are generally smaller than frogs, and they burrow rather than hop. Frogs can be distinguished from toads by their slimy skin and bright-colored bodies.
Toads generally move slower than other animals because they don’t hop as much as frogs, who hop as far as 10 feet at a time.
Frogs have smaller mouths with fewer teeth than toads, which helps them catch their insect prey more easily.
Stage 1 – The Egg Stage 2 – The Tadpole Stage 3 – The Metamorphosis Stage 4 – Adult Stage 5 – Death
Stage 1 – Mating Season Stage 2 – Baby Toads Stage 3 – Adulthood Stage 4 – Death