The Frog SVG is a representative of the amphibian class of the group of tailless frogs, a family of real frogs.
Description of the Frog SVG.
All frog representatives do not have a pronounced neck, their head seems to have joined together with a wide and short body. The absence of a tail is reflected in the name of the unit to which these amphibians belong. There are convex eyes on the sides of the large and flat head. Like all terrestrial vertebrates, frogs have upper and lower eyelids. Under the lower eyelid, you can find a flashing eardrum, the so-called third eyelid.
Behind each frog eye there is a place covered with thin skin (eardrum). The two nostrils, which have special valves, are located slightly above the huge mouth with small teeth. The frog’s front legs, which have four fingers characteristic of all amphibians, are quite short. The hind legs are highly developed and have five toes each. The space between them is tightened by the skin membrane, the toes of the limbs have no claws.
The only exit wound at the back of the torso is a cloaked hole. The body of the frog is covered with bare skin, densely greased with slime, which is secreted by special subcutaneous glands. Dimensions of the frog vary from 8 mm to 32 cm, and the coloring can be as monochrome (brown, yellow, green), and motley.
Types of Frogs SVG.
The whole variety of these amphibians is represented by subfamilies:
- toad frogs;
- shielded frogs;
- African forest frogs;
- real frogs;
- dwarf frogs;
- discarded frogs.
In total, there are more than 500 species of frogs in the world. In the Russian Federation, the most common species are pond and herbal frogs. The world’s largest frog reaches a length of 32 cm – a goliaf frog. The world’s smallest frog is a leaf frog, 2 cm in size. In general, all kinds of frogs amaze with their variety of sizes and colors.
Where does the Frog SVG live?
The area where frogs spread is huge. Because it is a cold-blooded species, it does not include areas with a critical climate. No frog is found in the sandy deserts of Africa, in the ice fields of Taimyr, Greenland and Antarctica. Some of New Zealand’s islands once were not in the area where frogs were common, but now they have separate populations of these animals. The distribution of some frog species may be limited by both natural causes (mountain ranges, rivers, deserts, etc.) and man-made causes (highways, canals). In tropical conditions, species diversity is much greater than in temperate or cold climates. There are some species of frogs that are quite capable of living in salt water or even beyond the Arctic Circle.