Most amphibians live on the ground, in wetlands, or forests; however, some live-in trees, and a few species can survive in the deserts and other dry habitats. Most kinds of amphibians live in warm, damp climates. They usually live in a swamp-like area, a place with moist land and warm water. They live in wet, humid areas. Amphibians are creatures which spend one part of their life in Waterland, and part of their life on dry land.
This is because amphibians are cold water animals. Except for Antarctica, frogs inhabit all the continents of the world. They are permitted to exist in different surroundings, ranging from the hottest to coldest. Frogs tend to favor climates that keep their skin moist. Some frogs such as tree frogs live in trees. They favor terrestrial settings.