Frogs never drink water

Frogs never actually drink water. While most animals, like humans, drink water in order to live, frogs have no need to physically drink the water. They have drinking patches located on their body and underside of their thighs that naturally absorb water whenever they're in a lake or a pond. They spend most of their time in water, as they are amphibians, which means that they got more than enough water to survive.