Frogs, which include members known as toads, are amphibians seen nominally in the DreamWorks Dragons Franchise.
Frogs are amphibians belonging to the Order Anura. They are known for their short forelegs and longer hind legs, allowing them to jump at a rather long distance. All frogs also have no or a very minimal tail in their adult stage. All frogs require at least a small area of water to reproduce in and for younger growth stages (tadpoles), but as adults some can live in very dry environments. Though taxonomically not distinct, more terrestrial dwelling Anura members are often referred to as toads.
The toad is mentioned in the Franchise only as a food source for dragons, specifically Barf and Belch.
In actuality, humans dine on frogs, particularly their legs as that body part has the most meat. Species referred to as toads typically aren't eaten, however. Frogs are also often used in research and learning anatomy. Frogs can also be occasionally kept as pets.
When Astrid asks "What if it were your mother?" there is a silent moment during which a frog is heard.
In this mini-comic, Tuffnut and Ruffnut become very bored working with Hiccup's new smelting invention, the Flame-Tastic Inferno-Class Firepower-Plus. Ruffnut mentions some creatures that Barf and Belch like to eat, but upset their stomach. Tuffnut wants to feed them all those creatures, which includes "moor toad," a species of toad that doesn't exist in real life. Eventually, the Twins, in part, are responsible for destroying the machine.
A frog's life cycle, from egg to adult is seen in Loki's Mirage.
In the Speed Stinger cove on Icestorm Island, frogs can be heard along with other sounds. At least two or more frog vocalizations can also be heard on Mudraker Island. Around the sea water, oddly enough, at the School area, a frog "ribbit" can be heard.
This Boulder Class dragon was inspired by many animals, including frogs. According to Dreamworks' Youtube Video Series, "The DreamWorks Download", Grump is a mix of walrus, tadpole, and an old bulldog.
- ↑ 100 HTTYD Facts Only True Fans Know DreamworksTV, (Published on Aug 27, 2015). YouTube.
- ↑ Giardina, Carolyn. (Date Published - June 14, 2018). 'How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World': Director Dean DeBlois Reveals New Details. The Hollywood Reporter.