Differences between Toad and Frog:
- They live in the corners of the houses, moist places, crevices of the trees and bushes, and dark places. During breeding season they live in water.
- The colour of the skin is grey.
- Integument is rough, warty, and dry but it remains moist due to the secretion of the integumentary lands.
- Behind the ear drum there are conspicuous parotid gands.
- Head is blunt and semicircle.
- Fingers of hind limb is partly webbed.
- Limbs are comparatively small. They can jump shorter distance.
- Toad is comparatively small in size.
- Toad has no teeth in jaws.
- Toad is a nocturnal animal.
- Frogs live in aquatic environments, In search of food they sometimes may come on land.
- The skin is smooth, with green and brown stripes.
- Integument, is moist and smooth. There is no wart gland in the integument.
- Frogs do not have any parotid gland.
- Head is pointed and triangular.
- Hind limb is fully webbed.
- Limbs are stronger and they can jump longer distance.
- Frog is comparatively large in size.
- Frog has teeth in jaws.
- Frog is active during day time.