The tailless amphibians

European tree frog

A virtuoso of camouflage among the leaves

European frogs are small, with smooth skin on their backs, and their color can change depending on temperature and humidity. They live in a variety of habitats, including swamps, wet meadows, parks, vineyards, and wet or dry forests, avoiding dark and dense forests.

Characteristics

Order:
Anura

Family:
Hylidae

Scientific name of the species:
Hyla arborea

Habitat:
Forest, bushes, grass vegetation, wetlands

Origin:
Europe

Current trend:
Decrease

Number of individuals in the world:
Unknown

Lifetime:
10-15 years

*Source iucnredlist.org

Marsh frog

Champion in jumping and swimming

The marsh frog has a wide variation in color, from dark green to brown or gray. During spring, it can be colored darker to absorb heat more efficiently.

Characteristics

Order:
Anura

Family:
Ranidae

Scientific name of the species:
Pelophylax ridibunda

Habitat:
Forest, wetlands, grassy vegetation, caves and underground habitats

Origin:
Europe

Current trend:
Increase

Number of individuals in the world:
Unknown

Lifetime:
10-12 years

*Source iucnredlist.org

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