|Description:Frogs are web toed amphibians which live near water, such as rivers, lakes, and swamps. They vary in color and size, but are most commonly known for being green or brown in color. Yellow, orange, and red are other common frog colors. Frogs have long tongues for catching insects to eat, and are also well known hoppers.
|Description:The Canada Lynx can be found in Canada, Montana, Idaho, and Washington. Their color varies but is usually yellow-brown with gray. Their neck hair gets thick in winter. They also have large paws to help in moving on snow. They hunt for food during the night using well-developed hearing and hunting techniques.