The moor frog resemble the common frog and typically become 3 – 7 cm in size. The frog has colors that vary from yellowish green to light brown to dark brown and usually have the small mark on the back. At the beach it is found in the dunes, and especially where there are ponds and beach lakes nearby. Moor frog are quite common in Denmark, but are threatened in some places and are found, for example not on Ærø, Anholt and Rømø.

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The moor frog quiver differently from the common frog. It sounds like air bubbles rising up from a submerged bottle. The sound can be heard approx. 40 m away.