Animals Reptiles & Amphibians
Puerto Rican crested toad
Did you know that all toads are frogs, but not all frogs are toads? A toad is simply a frog that tends to have drier skin, live in a drier environment, and traditionally has shorter, stumpier legs and a stouter body. In their native environment, one of the reasons the Puerto Rican crested toad is endangered is because of the introduction of a different toad species, the cane or marine toad.