Frogs and toads are similar in many ways, but there are some key differences between them. Frogs are generally smaller and have webbed feet, while toads have shorter legs and dry, warty skin. Frogs typically have smooth and slimy skin, whereas toads’ skin is drier and rougher. Toads have a wider body shape compared to frogs, and their eyes are placed further apart. Frogs and toads also make different sounds. Frogs make a wide variety of chirps, croaks, and trills, while toads make a low-pitched, hoarse sound known as a ‘croak’. Lastly, frogs tend to live near ponds, streams, and lakes, while toads prefer to live in drier habitats such as fields and gardens.