Frogs: The Largest Group of Amphibians

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  • Frogs and toads make up the largest group of amphibians and have a wide variety of unique traits and behaviours.
  • The largest frogs are Goliath frogs from Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea; they can grow to be more than 1.1 feet and weigh 7.3 pounds.
  • Frogs have a wide diet that includes insects, spiders, worms, slugs, larvae and small fish, and they play an essential role in the world’s ecosystems by helping to keep insect populations under control.

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