Frogs are on the verge of extinction due to various biotic and abiotic stressors. Rivers, lakes, ponds, wetlands, and ditches that make up their habitats are exposed to different anthropogenic pollutants. Today, plastics stand out among these pollutants due to their widespread use; however, the information on microplastic (MP) accumu-lation in frogs is insufficient. In the present study, adult frog samples were collected from 19 different stations in Turkiye, including marsh frogs (Pelophylax ridibundus) from 18 stations and levantine frogs (Pelophylax bedriagae) from 1 station. MP was found in 147 (82.4%) of the 176 frogs that were analyzed. MP abundance in frogs varied between 0.20 and 18.93 MP individual-1. The characterization of MPs was determined predominantly as follows; PET (70.1%) in polymer type, fiber (92.2%) in shape, navy blue/blue (76.1%) in color, and > 90% were smaller than 300 mu m. No significant relationship with frog's weight (correlation coefficient = 0.01, P = 0.812) or length (correlation coefficient = 0.06, P = 0.473) and MP abundance was detected. The outcomes of this survey might be a baseline to assess the ecological risks posed by MPs and to guide future experimental research.