[ lˈi͡əntɒdən], [ lˈiəntɒdən], [ l_ˈiə_n_t_ɒ_d_ə_n]
How to use "Leontodon" in context?
The leontodon, or the leaf-toad, is a small, stocky amphibian that inhabits eastern North America. It is a common sight crossing roads and streams in woods and along riverbanks. Leontodon does not have a smooth skin, but Rather a rough, scaly surface that can give the appearance of being hairy. The leontodon has well-defined folds on its head, giving it a vaguely rat-like appearance. This amphibian is not particularly impressively large, with an adult size of 8-12 inches, but it is quite agile for an animal its size and can easily jump great distances.
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