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1. Most frogs can be classified as either prolonged or explosive breeders.

2. Most frogs identify prey by movement, and vision appears to be the primary method by which the cane toad detects prey;

3. The eyes of most frogs are located on either side of the head near the top and project outwards as hemispherical bulges.

4. Poison frogs can often be observed clutching each other, similar to the manner most frogs copulate.

5. As with most frogs, female Cuban tree frogs are larger than males.

6. Those with narrow mouths generally eat termites and ants, and the others have diets typical of most frogs.

7. Unlike most frogs, which lay their eggs in water, coquís lay their eggs on palm tree leaves or other terrestrial plants.

8. Its average lifespan in captivity, about 16 years, is long compared with most frogs.

9. Most frogs sleep up to 12 hours a day, provided no threat of predators is present.

10. Most frogs have thick eardrums close to the surface of the skin and can only hear frequencies below 12 kilohertz.

11. This allows it to avoid desiccation during drought, a trait not exhibited by most frogs.

12. Like most frogs, they will hop, but they are also capable of crawling, which aids them in hiding in rock crevices.

13. Unlike most frogs, they are tolerant of low pH levels, and often lay eggs in shallow, acidic ponds.

14. Like most frogs, they are insectivorous.

15. They are insectivorous, but like most frogs, will eat almost anything they can overpower and swallow.

16. Most frogs have a silvery, brown stripe along the centre of their back.

17. The diet of the species consists of small insects, much smaller in comparison to their size to most frogs.

18. Unlike most frogs, this species is viviparous.

19. There is not much research on what they eat, but like most frogs they probably eat small insects.

20. Most frogs can be found breeding in shallow puddles or ponds, as well as slow-moving waters.

21. Green mantella require water, as most frogs do, but do not get it by drinking.

22. Most frogs reach their full size after three years, after which they become fertile and can begin mating.

23. Like most frogs, Epirus water frogs show sexual dimorphism.

24. Like most frogs, the species breeds in standing water and the adults take to the water if alarmed.

25. As in most frogs, the palatine bone forms a narrow strip along the side of the palate.

26. Most frogs use an air sac located under their mouth to produce mating calls.

27. Most frogs and toads become dormant in the winter;

28. The pygmy frog is unlike many other species of frog because its eggs don't become tadpoles like those of most frogs.

29. Those with narrow mouths generally eat termites and ants, and the others have diets typical of most frogs.

30. Unlike most frogs, these species are active during the day and often exhibit brightly-colored bodies.