- Some frogs have adhesive pads on their toes for clinging.
- The greatest distance covered by a frog in a triple-jump is 33 feet 5.5 inches (about 10 metres). This was done by a South African Sharp-Nosed Frog (Ptychadena oxyrhynchus) in Natal, South Africa on 21 May 1977.
- Some frogs from Central America and South-East Asia have heavily webbed feet that they can spread widely so that they can glide/parachute away from predators.
- It is also important to remember that if a frog breaks its leg it will feel very "unhoppy".