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The African Clawed Frog is native to South Africa, the sub-Saharan in east and southern Africa, and Namibia and Angola in western Africa. Their habitat includes warm stagnant pools and quiet streams. Their name comes from the three short claws on each of its hind feet. It spends most of its time underwater, only coming to the surface to breathe. African clawed frogs don't have tongues. The frog's uses its front limbs and unwebbed fingers to push food into its mouth. Play the following videos to learn more about the African Clawed Frog.