Do you know why frogs are important to our ecosystem? – Frogs eat mosquitoes; provide us with medical advances; serve as food for birds and fish, and their tadpoles filter our drinking water.

The population of frogs is on a decline

  • Every ecosystem is comprised of multiple species that create a chain. It is what keeps the balance in nature and what maintains life as we know it. As such, frogs and toads have their place under the sun and should be protected. This is the reason why you will do very well to ensure that frogs can find shelter in your garden. If you provide the right conditions and features for these amphibian creatures, they should appear.
  • Frogs are good biological monitors. There is a lot that you can learn from finding them in your garden. These animals can show you that something is wrong in the area, or if they are happily breeding and living in the area, then everything should be okay. If you are dedicated and want to have a perfect garden, you can use the indications from frogs to know if the conditions in your garden are good, or if the frogs that used to dwell there suddenly go missing, you will know there is a disturbance.
  • Pest control – frogs are amazing at cleaning the garden from harmful insects. If you are having such problems, you can easily eliminate them by introducing them among your plants. A single frog can eat over 100 insects, such as caterpillars, sow bugs and cutworms and more.

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