brief history- They are found on all continents except Antarctica. The terms "frog" and "toad" are derived from early usage in England and northern Europe, where two families of the order Anura occur. Frogs are amphibians, a term derived from two Greek words: amphi meaning double and bios meaning life. The double life of frogs involves living in water and also on land. some toads are more closely related to frogs.
feeding- regular diet of fresh insects; some frog species also need small vertebrates (think pinkie mice) and/or fish to stay healthy. frogs need to have live food items available at all times. 5-7 crickets or other insects.don’t feed your frog fruits or vegetables or anything that a human would eat.
handling- after touching your frog or a frog/toad you need to wash your hands. if you don't wash your hands it may irritate your skin and cause a rash. but you can pick up and hold your frog or toad.
common diseases- viral, bacterial, water mold, metazoan, trematode, and fungal agents are some of the main diseases that could be common in frogs.