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Invisible in the grass, the Agile frog remains hidden from prying eyes.
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The Common frog is a cosmopolitan and feels at home almost everywhere.
Small and stocky and yet an individualist among the toads.
The male Common toads are often found piggybacking on the females on their way to the breeding waters.
Not an amphibian, but their chirping sometimes suggests otherwise.
The European tree frog hides well camouflaged in the treetops thanks to the adhesive discs on its fingers and toes.
An orange-red underside and heart-shaped pupils are the hallmarks of the Fire-bellied toad.
The Green toad is endangered throughout Europe and is often under protection.
The males of the Moor frog are masters of colour change during the mating season.
Its widely audible calls and the fact that it always carries its "cross" on its back make the Natterjack toad unmistakable.
Water frog species may be hard to tell apart.
A striking yellow spots pattern on the underside and heart-shaped pupils are the hallmarks of the Yellow-bellied toad.