Oregon spotted frogs are well designed for aquatic living and seldom stray far from water. With webbing on their feet that goes all the way to the tip of their toes, these amphibians are expert swimmers. Meanwhile, their upward-turned eyes allow them to see things above the surface while keeping their heads almost completely submerged. When disturbed, Oregon spotted frogs will dive to the bottom to hide for long periods of time, making them even trickier to find.
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