What do you call baby toads?

Tadpoles emerge from frog eggs in the water. A tadpole is the larval stage of a frog that lives under water. Baby toads are called toadlets.

Thereof, what do you call a baby frog?

Baby frog: Polliwog, tadpole, froglet. Thinkstock. There are three names for baby frogs, depending on which segment of the life cycle they're in. After 21 days of being an embryo, a baby frog is called a tadpole (but really is called a polliwog) and at this point, has a long tail and lives in the water.

What is the name of a small frog?

The skins of frogs are glandular, with secretions ranging from distasteful to toxic. Warty species of frog tend to be called toads but the distinction between frogs and toads is based on informal naming conventions concentrating on the warts rather than taxonomy or evolutionary history.

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