You are walking along a pond when you see a frog – or is it a toad?
What's the difference?
How can you tell the difference? Frogs and toads have many physical attributes that can be used to identify which is which. Frogs have smooth skin, and rely on their large, powerful legs.
Frogs are also, slimmer, smaller, and more streamlined then toads.
On the other hand
Toads have warty skin
in contrast to frogs. Toads are fatter and
slower then frogs.
In addition to that,
Unlike frogs, toads
can puff themselves up with air. Although frogs and toads are different, they also have some similarities. Both frogs and toads are classified as amphibians. They
are also alike because they
both have lungs, but
can breathe through their skin.
Just like toads, frogs use sounds to attract their mates
Using sounds to attract their mates is another similarity between the two.
Toads and frogs both have diets that consist of insects, worms and more. As you can see, frogs and toads
are alike and different
can easily be mistaken for one another, but when you know what to look for,telling the difference becomes easy.
Hope this helps. I changed some of the wording around because you were saying the same words like "also" to many times. Over all I think it just need some new vocabulary. :)