The European Common Frog is a frog that is an amphibian that is found in throughout Europe, Asia and Japan.
The European Common Frog can get up to 3.5 inches long and will vary in colors from green, grey, brown and yellow. Its skin can get lighter or darker depending on where it is and what the environment is.
The interesting thing about the European Common Frog is that each frog can have its own unique colors and it can mean that some of them can even be red or black. Some might have yellow skin and red eyes.
The female European Common Frog is larger than the male. The back of the legs and the back are covered in dark v-shaped markings and they also have a dark spot behind their eye.
This frog, unlike other frogs, does not have a band around its stomach and so when a frog does, it is easy to tell it is not the European Common Frog.
The European Common Frog has a transparent eyelid that will protect its eyes when it swims underwater and it also has a covering over its ears to protect its eardrums.
The legs of the European Common Frog are shorter than other frogs and so they don’t jump as high as other frogs do.
The European Common Frog lives in Iberia, Italy, Balkans, Ireland, Europe, Japan, Asia and other areas.
The European Common Frog likes to live near ponds or moist areas, and they are active all year around except in the winter when they hibernate.
Sometimes, these frogs can be trapped under ice for months at a time, but they are able to hibernate and be okay after the water melts.
Many of the European Common Frogs are found where waters are running and where there are burrows or muddy areas. They also like to live under leaves that are decaying or at the bottom of ponds or lakes.
The European Common Frog will look for a mate when the weather gets a lot of rain. They will compete with other males by making a call and the one that makes the loudest and longest call will win over the female frog.
The female European Common Frog will lay up to 2,000 eggs and they will lay on the surface of the water where she lays them. After the female has the eggs, the female will leave the water and the male will find another mate.
The European Common Frog will eat small insects, other frogs, animals that are invertebrate, flies, snails, slugs, worms and other small insects.
When a tadpole, the European Common Frog will eat plants, algae and small insects without backbones.
The European Common Frogs predators include birds, ducks, herons, stoats, weasels, badgers, otters and snakes. They can also be eaten by cats and other animals.