Frogs and toads are amphibians. They have some similarities but certain striking differences. These differences make them distinct from each other. Both are cold-blooded creatures, living on land and in water. But frogs are smooth, slippery, long and graceful while toads are dry and warty. Most frogs have teeth, whereas most toads do not have any teeth. A toad lays fewer eggs than a frog. The toad lays its eggs in long chains while a frog lays its eggs in clusters that hatch into little fish-like tadpoles. Frogs also tend to hop higher than toads.