Xenopus is any one of 20 extant species of extremely marine frogs in the Xenopus genus. Collectively as African Clawed Frogs, the species are native to Sub-Saharan Africa. Xenopus, in particular (Xenopus laevis), is studied for biomedical research study.
The category Xenopus has squashed, oval-shaped and also sleek body. The eyes are set on top of the head. All species have no moveable eyelids, eardrums and also tongues.
It has effective webbed toes, with three of the toes on each foot have striking black claws. Grown-up frogs rely on their small forelimbs to forage for food.