What Types of Frogs Live in a Brackish Marsh?

Answer Most frogs live in fresh water. However, there are frogs that can tolerate living in brackish water. These are places where the fresh water from rivers or runoffs mix with the estuarine saltwater f... Read More »

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Types of Frogs That Live in Michigan?

A majority of the 3,400 species of frogs and toads worldwide are found in the tropics. Although Michigan plays host to a handful of these species, they are an important part of the wildlife found ... Read More »

Types of Marsh Grass Species?

Marshes are wetland areas that are regularly or continuously filled with water, whether salt or fresh. Most marshes support soft-stemmed vegetation that is specifically adapted to the saturated con... Read More »

Can spotted pictus catfish live in brackish water?

The pH of brackish water is between 7.5 and 8.5. The optimum pH for a pictus catfish's survival is between 5.8 and 7.2. As a result, a pictus catfish would be unlikely to survive in brackish water.... Read More »

Do frogs live in the sea?

Frogs do not live in the sea. According to the Guide to the Mangroves of Singapore website, most frog species cannot tolerate high salinity levels. One of the only frogs that can tolerate salty con... Read More »