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Amphibians

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These cold-blooded vertebrate animals belong to the class Amphibia including over 6,200 species in three groups: caecilians (order Gymnophiona), frogs and toads (order Anura) and salamanders (order Caudata). Amphibians can live both in land and water.
leopard frogs will eat just about anything that crosses their paths.
No, they do not have teeth.
Isn't that the breed that almost went extinct?
    A bullfrog will go after anything it can  fit in its mouth, even its own kind!     
Unfortunately, the promise of a true ecosystem was their selling  point, but this promise was overstated. The kit was meant to more  or less take care of itself, the snail eating the algae, and so on.  But the snails frequently died so a key part of the "ecosystem"  fell apart. As with any pet,...
The frog eggs are found in the water cockroach eggs are found above ground near garbage or mold. Frog eggs are jelly coated.          Cockroach eggs are hard brown or black in a some what hard and soft shell.        
it can spit the insides out the bottom
A toad fits into the categories that make it an amphibian, like newts and frogs. The most important point is that toads start off living in water and breathing with gills, like fish, but when they are adults they can live out of water and they breathe with lungs. With a few exceptions in fish,...
Hi! The best way to hold a newt is to pick him/her up gently and  placing him/her on your hand, and then place your thumb over the  newts back, so he don't jump off you're finger! I hope this helps!
Description  The Blue Poison Dart Frog is a small frog with bright blue  coloring. Its back and top of the head are a lighter-colored sky  blue, while its belly and legs are a darker blue color. Dark blue  and black spots cover the frog's body, primarily its back and head.  The sexes are...
In urine and faeces, by evaporation and by osmosis.
They behave differently than any other normal frog because they  don't just jump I believe they actually can walk on their back legs
Carefully pick up the newt between your forefinger and thumb.  Carefully turn it over so its belly is facing you. Look at the vent  and then look at the cloaca. If there is a bulge where the rectum  is and if the rectum is a hole, it is a female.
The process of adaptation for the frog is the same as any other  organism: through natural selection on genetic variability and  occasional mutation.    Frogs adapt over millions of years in different climate They can  swim.
cause god made them that what i guess
Pleurodeles and Tylototriton
Well it is possible if you are quiet and they do not see you.
They live in Rainforests, mangroves, in South Africa and surrounding suburbs, tropical rain forests, and if you live in a place that is hot and humid, sometimes in your backyard!
no but if you mess with it alot it would
They are in the second level but it depends on what type of frog it  is
Yes they will die because they need a certain time of sleep to  servive the next year
This isn't a question that has a straight answer there could be all  eggs eaten or a few depends on the area
A septum in the heart is used to separate oxygenated and deoxygenated blood between the chambers. However, it is debated if a frog has a septum. If it does have a septum, it is only a partial barrier. Or, "the septum" in a frog could just be a tissue acting as a valve. Fish do not have a septum....
Frogs have 2 atria (above) and one ventricle (lower).
Wild bull frogs eat everything from grasshoppers, to worms, to flies, to beetles, or even small rodents if they're large enough. If you're keeping one in a tank, you can go to your nearest pet store and buy a bag of crickets - live is best, but you can also get them dried.
  Salamanders are amphibians. All amphibians are cold-blooded ectotherms-animals whose body temperature depends on their environment.
yes because they get it from their parents
In early may, the frogs start to come out.
the cane beetle were eating a good 23% of all crop grown in  Australia. 
The little black dot in the egg is the part that grows into an embryo.
ok if a frog has lived up to the age of 1 then it will die so if you see one dont keep it because it wont live for very long and if u ask this guy named thomas fordham then he will tell u and if breanna shcoley tells u this then tell her thjat she is smart or else she will bite ur finger off this...
Each female lays thousands of eggs at a time, in slimy masses( i  hope i helped)btw most lay up to a 200 limit to 2,000
In some frog species, you can determine the sex of a frog based on  the development of a vocal sac. If the vocal sac is present, the  frog is a male.
Some frogs in the tropical rain forest can but in the U.S you do  not have to worry.
In the trees for food.
Because cane toads like to come out at night in the summer and cane  weevils like to come out in the day in spring.
The causes of the apparent declines are unknown. However, most of  the historic sites and other streams in the region have undergone  significant habitat alteration and degradation through clearance of  streamside vegetation, grazing and timber harvesting .
wood frogs protect them selves by camouflage. Some can change colours to match its back ground.
Yes.Frogs are amphibians and some live on land while others live in  water
Bats are mammals.
frog? It's not like a poison dart frog will hop into your shoes  but, if you accidentally touch one in the wild, seek medical help  right away. Your skin could very irritated if in contact from the  poison frogs. Unless you want to hunt like the natives in the  Amazon Rain Forest don't go...
Frogs is the plural of frog.
Toads are coldblooded, so there isn't a standard, but they're  comfortable slightly above room temperature.
Amphibians don't actually depend on water entirely. The water is mainly used to hatch their eggs.
any were from 10 to 25 dollars depending on were you want to get it from. i got mine from Andy's Pets at a mall for 19 dollars.It costs me 25 pounds     It depends on your locality as much as the type of tree frog. Red eyes will generally be less than ten, while whites would be about twice as...
well naturally amphibians can change colors so really that's they only strength
Foxes normally eat fish if they can easily catch them from a fish  pond. Foxes and other predators will eat frog spawn.
I would suggest a slide show of its' natural environment.
It produces digestive enzymes. the pancreas of a frog release enzymes into the small intestine to help break down food complex substances into simple substances.    it creates digestive enzymes that go into the small intestineThe frogs pancreas is a large gland that secrets digestive juices.The...
they put there wee wee in the girls vv and there comes eggs
Crabs have gills. The underwater ones have larger gills than theterrestrial ones. Terrestrial crabs use the humidity in the air tobreathe. this is why crabs live near water even if they are landdwellers. some crabs have very small and basic lungs but thesecannot function without water and are...
by leaping from basically rock to rock and caches bugs with its  mouth
The average life span for a France edible frog is 5 to 6 years.. Hope this helps
Size relative to a tea cup. They weigh around 15 grams.
 Foxes, cats, snakes, lizards and birds are the most common  predators.
Alligators usually eat frogs when food is scarce and their is notmuch meat.
some can change colors
Depending, do you mean the WHITE'S tree frog (AKA dumpy tree frog or and Austrailian green tree frog)? If that's the type of frog then make your hands wet with water that has been treated to be safe for the frog, then carefuly cup your hands around it with a hole between your fingers the size of her...
Fire belly newts are smaller than a marble when they are born.
No, that is not true, people like your parents will say that because they don't want you to touch them because they may look icky, but I'd be careful of which toads I touch because some are poisonous. But I know that the Fowler's toad is safe, and toads that are poisonous have puffed cheeks. Not...
The toad mainly feast on insects and other invertebrates
They lay very similar eggs, but it would be called toad spawn.  Frogspawn is usually laid in clumps and toad spawn in strings.
That all depends on the type of salamander, most live 8-10 years, some live for approx 20 years, the Chinese giant salamander can live for 50 years.
Yes and when they do they are called little taddys
Toads spend a large amount of their adult lives away from water,  but must return to it to breed. The eggs and tadpoles remain in  water.
you have to wait for the first warm day of spring , then you look in damp forests near ponds or streams. the reason you should wait till the first warm day of spring is they migrate to their birth pools en mass of 100-200 in a group then simply catch them in a net or with your hands.
Well i think that because it stays in its larve form all it's life.
Indian tribes in south America uses it as weapon (diping their spikes in it).
I don't think that toads care about younds.... do they?
There is a very helpful article on wikihow about how to get rid of  frogs.
Usually 10 to 15 dollars, depending on where you buy it. Never ever get a green tree frog for more than 15 dollars.   up to five or ten bucks
no.... a tree frog id definitely an amphibian.
Well, this is a hard question but there are quiet a few adjectives that could describe a cane toad (if you ever research about them). Clumsy, large, fierce.
yes fish like trout eat tadpoles so watch out
Flora refers to the plant life in an area, and fauna refers to the  animal life. The Flora in most of Australia is made to live in hot  and humid temperatures. The fauna varies wildly, from kangaroos to  giant spiders.
They have strong muscles near the bottom of them which they use to  jump very hight and move.
because they got eaten by fish.
No. Why would you want to anyway?
its the brazilian golden frog...    A New Guinea frog that is .27 inches, or .65 cm
yes it does. its just called a tree from cuz it lives in trees
  20 to 25 days i think
I think you are looking for reptiles.
amphibians are known as biological indicators. When the environment gets polluted from pesticides or ozone depletion they are the first to be affected. Since most amphibians breathre through their skin and absorb water that way the amphibians can die from the pesticides that are put in water....
nothing at all. well, one grows larger than the other, but nothing  serious. ;)