Moor Frog

At 6 – 8 cm in size, it is one of the smaller domestic frog species. For most of the year, it is colored brown and may at first glance be confused with the European Common Frog, though its snout is more chiseled than that of the Common Frog, its nuptial pad is larger and tougher, and its voice is different. The backside of the body is colored in shades of brown, which will change depending on temperature and humidity. In our latitudes, the Moor Frog prefers low to medium altitudes and relatively humid, warm forest habitats.

 

Moor Frog

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