What do you call a group of frogs?
A group of frogs is called an ‘army’ . (A group of toads is called a ‘knot’.)
DID YOU KNOW:
Frogs don’t drink water they absorb it through their skin. Frog bones form a ring when the frog is hibernating, just like trees do. Scientists can use these rings to figure out the age of a frog. Frogs are cold blooded. That means that the body temperature of a frog is the same on the inside as it is on the outside. That is why frogs need to be near water so that they can jump in and cool off on hot days. A frog may turn into a prince. There are over 4,700 species of frogs, and they are found on every continent except Antarctica. One of the ways you can tell a male frog from a female is by looking at their ears.A frog’s ear is called tympanum and it is located just behind the eye. If the tympanum is larger than the frog’s eye, it is male; if it is smaller, it is female.
ONE of the above statements may not be true...can you tell which one?