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Parent Category: Amphibians
Frogs are amphibians which are present all across the globe in many different species. They are adapted for life in the water with many evolutionary characteristics, such as having the ability to breathe through their skin, having webbed feet and finger joints and many others. In this category, you will discover questions related to frogs in any shape or form.
By violent means - which have equally "violent ends"* - the gardener or cultivator may get rid of frogs (order Anura) within the garden. The frogs may be rendered hungry by removing their mosquito and slug food sources. Just remove as much moisture as possible. Stop supplemental watering. Break dow…
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One option is to use a product called a "FrogLog" which is a ramp for all kinds of small animals. The FrogLog is not hidden inside the skimmer, so mammals that need to get out quickly before drowning can see the escape route. Frogs and other animals with porous skin need to get out of chlorinated or…
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Use the small rubber snakes works everytime.WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO KILL THEM? THEY ARE THERE BECAUSE YOU HAVE A FOOD SOURCE - which is no doubt pest insects you'd want to kill if you saw them. Let mother nature handle the pest control naturally with the frogs (or toads).
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Answer "You can try putting up screens. It should help." This is a stupid answer, if we were all morons this might be helpful. I believe you want to rephrase your question for these morons online to understand, like this: "How do I get rid of frogs already in my home? (presumably hiding behind …
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Frogs are an extremely beneficial critter, eating tremendous amounts of insects which are NOT beneficial to your lawn, flowers, shrubs, etc. You should be doing everything possible to encourage frogs to protect your property.
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Males usually have black markings on their arms and will be somewhat smaller. However, do not depend on size alone to determine. Males are usually the vocal ones as well. The above comment on black markings on the arms does not by any means go for all frog species. Vocalization is a more general cl…
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Check the phosphate levels of your water. I had a pool party of frogs every time it rained. I found my phosphate level was high, adjusted accordingly and now they're gone!
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Frogs are great for most gardens because they eat all sorts of bugs, but, there can be an explosion of frogs or toads and cause misery for the home owner and their pets. There are many countries in the world with a bad problem with species of frogs and toads and two are Hawaii (they are using ca…
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Although frogs in your pool are inconvenient, there is no health risk due to the pool chemicals. You just remove the drowned frogs. You should check your yard for standing water where the eggs can hatch and tadpoles mature. If you do not have this, then the frogs are migrating toward your pool for…
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A polliwog is another name for a tadpole. It's also the name given to the Egyptian hieroglyph for 1000 which looks like a tadpole. It's an immature frog
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Answer no, Tree Frog droppings, for example, can be like a rat's but bigger! In general, frog droppings are more oblong in shape.
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Tadpole-Like Creatures in Pool More than likely they are mosquitos. i have them 2 what are they i no for definit they are not mosquitos.
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try using salt actually...i heard that using salt kills frogs horribly - carrollsl
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They eat small terrestrial invertebrates, mainly insects
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Taxonomy of frogs and toads: Kingdom: Animalia Subkingdom: Metazoa Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Amphibia Order: Anura After this is family, and that is where frogs and toads split. True toads are all members of the family Bufonidae. True frogs are members of the family Ranidae. Th…
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tadpole to frogThis is called metamorphosis.You all just need to get a lyffe! joke! i love science!The term 'Maturation' should also apply.I think also that there is another term...
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to attract females
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A frog is an amphibious creature. They eat things like fruit flies, crickets, and meal worms. They hatch out of eggs, then they turn into tadpoles, and then they turn into frogs. they also like to lick you in all places and its really gross you can also die if you touch them my mamma likes pieA fro…
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Frogs of the genus Rana mainly eat insects. They also eat invertebrates and also any vertebrates that are small enough for the frog to swallow them.
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Baw baw frogs live in the baw baw ranges in Victoria, Australia. Also known as the gippsland area. I used to live on the opposite ranges called the strezlecki ranges. The baw baws aren't always covered in snow, it comes and goes seasonally. And when it does snow there's really not that much compared…
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No, there is no frog repellant if you don't count very toxic or reactive substances that are seriously bad for you and most other living things as well (such as bleach). If you want to stop frogs climbing on glass, a thin coating of olive oil makes it too slippery for them to climb. Frogs like moist…
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Frog's reproductive organs are on the inside as where humans' are on the outside. Frogs have white hearts and humans' have red hearts. You can see a frog's esophagus through it's mouth and in a human's you can't. They are also different in size, obviously and shape too.
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Frog Guts! In my 6th grade class (this year) we dissected frogs. Most of the other girls were grossed out, but not me! The frog's heart is covered by a few organs [lungs, which are small and greyish-red], but is as small as your pinky fingernail, and is red/orange/pinkish. It's liver was oval shaped…
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You can prevent frogs from reproducing by introducing carnivorous insects (waterbeetles) are large fish. They will get rid of all the larva. The only way to lose the adults is either killing them or remove them and let them go at least a couple of miles away. If you release them in the neighbourhood…
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It is almost impossible to tell on appearance. Females are usually larger but there is much overlap. It is usually only the males that call but just because it is silent doesn't mean it is a female. Sorry i had to eddit! Is is missing alot! You can tell the difference, by simply flipping the frog …
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See Related Links It depends on the tadpoles. Some are strictly herbivorous and will only eat algae and plants. Their mouthparts are specialised for this diet and they cannot eat other food, ie. mosquito wrigglers. Most largeish tadpoles will attack mosquito wrigglers. "If you're worried about mosq…
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they lay their eggs on trees
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Frogs live by eating, drinking, and staying active.
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The sheep frog lives in several places in the world. They live in southern Texas, Costa Rica, Mexico, and the Caribbean lowlands.
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The same way any muscle works - electrical impulses from the brain stimulate the muscle to move.
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Frog pet Just like a hamster or lizard you find a cage and feed them. If you want more info go to www.animalplanet.com ^No offence, but that is misleading. Frogs require quite elaborate setups to keep them happy and healthy. A glass or quality plastic tank with a lid will be needed. It must be f…
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A characteristic of all amphibians is permeable skin. They do have the ability to absorb water through their skin. It is called cutaneous absorption. It is very uncommon to observe frogs drinking water orally. Their primary means of hydrating is by absorbing water, rather than drinking it. Thus, fro…
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Answer A polliwog is a tadpole.
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So the frog can see prey and preditors on bothsides of its body with ease. frogs have eyes on the top of their head so the do not have to expose themselve to predators if they want to look aroundThe positioning of a frog's eyes constitutes an adaptive advantage for the species in two ways. First, …
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Frogs must lay their eggs in water because otherwise the eggs, known as frogspawn, will dehydrate and die.However, not all species of frogs lay their eggs in water.those that don't include the Corroboree frog, as well as frogs of the genus Pristimantis, which lay their eggs on land, where they do no…
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If you're talking about the actual locomotion: There are a lot of ways that frogs move around. Arboreal species (treefrogs) usually have sticky pads on their fingers and toes which they use to grip vertical surfaces - this is why frogs can sit for hours on windows. They leap from branch to branch. …
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I have the same question on my frog diction worksheet. The question you are probably asking and to lazy to type it is: During one mating of frogs, the female lays some 2,000 to 3,000 eggs in water as the male sheds millions of sperm over them. How do these large numbers relate to the frog's f…
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The eggs are called spawn, and are fertilized outside the frog's body. Frogs have external fertilization.a frog reproduces by mating with the opposite sex and will lay eggs and get tadpoles the male frog will push the tummy of the female frog then it will be pregnant Actually, frogs don't have in…
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They eat mostly algae, but also small creatures. In the case of the Wellington toad, other tadpoles. If not enough algae, then they will eat each other. I hear that you could feed the tadpoles food, but I don't know if that is a good idea. Just go to a local pet store and buy an algae plant.
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Well i heard you can get a tank and DON"T put tapwater in. If you want to, in order to not let them die, you use Chlor Out or other products that get cholorine out of the water your using. If it's a baby tadpole, you can feed it, but not alot. Because it feeds it-seflf by using there own yolk. That'…
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It Eats flies, beetles, moths, caterpillars, leaf hoppers, spiders, centipedes and even millipedes.
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It depends on the species. Many species of frogs lay their eggs, but not all do. Some species of frogs give birth to live young, such as members of the African genus Nectophrynoides and other species found in the Andes and Central America.
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Human tongues are attached to the back of the mouth and we can only poke them out a short way. A frog has it's tongue attached at the front of the mouth, which means that it can put its tongue out much further. This is an advantage because most frogs eat flies and insects and the like. Because th…
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which class does a snail belong to? A snail belongs to the invertebrates. =)
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A tadpole plays the energy role of a consumer.
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Any suitable sized invert, crickets, flies, earthworms roaches should all go down well.
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The frogs belly is very sensible and it's where it lies on the ground the whole time, so that's why it's yellow and sensitive because its made for that.
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It uses its eyes.
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There is a very helpful article on wikihow about how to get rid of frogs.
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yes fish like trout eat tadpoles so watch out
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Yes, you can. Frogs may carry bacteria like Salmonella and other dangerous unicellular organisms and other parasites.
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First, you must be sure what type of frogs are in your backyard, as some are protected by law. In order to get rid of noisy frogs that may be in your Florida backyard, you may have to remove the water source such as bird baths or fish ponds if you have them. Remove any of the frog eggs that may have…
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Answer The pharynx and the inner ears.
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they eat insects
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Frogs live in places where it is wet. You can usually find th em near ponds which are moist. you can also find them in puddles, and nearby ditches. it also depends on what season it is in. they usually are out in the summer,or when it is hot.
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well they don't just breathe by their gills they also can breath by their mouth Answer: It depends on the stage of their development. Ypounger tadpoles breathe only with internal or external gills. About the time their legs start to develop they start to develop lungs. Just before emerging from the …
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they eat insects
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Answer I know for a fact that salt does indeed affect frogs; from my observations it appears as though the salt burns the frogs and they will run off in search of water to wash the salt away. As to exactly how it works...I currently am researching that answer myself.
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The dorsal of the frog absorbs heat energy and the ventral of the frog cools all the heat that the dorsal takes in.
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they eat insects frogs crabs and others. i found it in a book at the local library
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Yes its true its actually amazing and astonishing that toads never stop growing. Sources: Evelution Through Natural Selection (Book)
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In the wild tadpoles will often eat algae and micro (water) plants. They like to sit on the banks or rocks and suck the algae off of them. In captivity, tadpoles eat plants there owners give them. They usually like lettuce, carrots, and fruits. (No citrus foods.) You can even buy special Tadpole Foo…
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Baby frogs mostly eat tiny crickets, ants, fish food, maggots, or any kind of tiny insect.
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Yes, they use their powerful hind legs for jumping. They jump as high as 4in. a avrage grasshoper is 1 inch so it can jump 20 times its self so it can jump 20 inches and the height would be 5inches on ginnues world records in recorded 20feet
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It is a set of blood vessels which carry blood towards the heart from the all parts of body.These vessels are called veins.
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To get rid of the frogs under the house it is important to have the compound professionally drained to get rid of the frogs. It is however important to note that frogs eat insects such as mosquitoes in the garden.
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the easiest way I have found to identify any animal / plant is to visit the website of the state univeristy of the state, I live in Florida have excellent seccess with FSU, but use the search string like this, Frogs in Florida, Frogs of Florida matting cries.... this will get you closer to the sites…
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Yes they do... Bears eat many different animals including frogs.
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Here are some ideas for getting rid of frogs. These are the "short versions" of the full explanations which can be found in my article on this subject at Karlonia.com. I have included a link to the relevant page under the "Related Links" section below. 1. Move the frogs to another location (catch a…
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rough endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, released from cell
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id you know that a frog was called common frog the stripe one.by mikaa
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Well. you have to check a frogs auditorium or how ever you spell it, But some frogs don't get pregnant and the eggs just become from the motherThe frog will become cranky and fogyish incause ur wonderung
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live crickets, or other bugs
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Frogs lay their eggs in large clusters so, it will look like a big ball made up of a bunch of smaller balls. The eggs will be clear, but if they are fertilized then they will be clear with a tiny black tadpole in the middle that will eventually take over the whole egg, then they'll be entirely black…
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Answer If you have a pool, the only way to get rid of frogs is to hunt them down. It is easier if they jump into the pool to escape. You simply need a pool net to trap them. I first tried chasing them away; then I tried spraying bleach around the pool. But none of that really worked. These frog…
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frogs evolved from more lizard-shaped amphibians, most likely during the Triassic, more than 200 million years ago. Triadobatrachus is a fossil of what is clearly a frog that lived 240 to 245 million years ago in Madagascar. all other frogs are believed to have evolved from this animal or its close…
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They use their tongue. IT is sticky so the flies stick on
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When first hatched, a baby frog is a tadpole. When it grows legs but still has its tail, it is a froglet. The juvenile frogs are called froglets, by 12 weeks a tadpole has already a tiny tail and will sooner leave the water. When its hatched a tadpole but when it grows legs and still has a tail it…
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If a frog got the chance it would.
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yes frogs do eat small spiders
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It depends on what type of frog that you want. Frogs live on every continent except Antarctica and every environment except the ocean, so chances are you'll find some wherever you are. All frogs (except those that are poisonous, you won't find those anywhere near civilization anyway) are relatively …
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Webbed feet allow frogs to swim more efficiently. They also are able to swim with more speed.
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Unless they seem to be trapped, just leave them. The frogs will eventually move to another location, and they won't cause harm.
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A variety of insects like flies and beetles
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It depends on the species of frog. The Eastern Narrowmouth Toad (Gastrophryne carolinensis) mainly lives of ants. Most frogs and toads however rather avoid ants because of ther bite and/or sting.
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Yes, I think frogs do in fact eat Lettuce.Otherwise they would eat crickets, or a range of insects. Infact, i'm keeping one right now and it still eats Lettuce!
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Answer You can always buy tadpoles and a pet store, and put them in your pond. I am sure that it will also happen naturally. "Build a pond and they will come," or something like that. If there are frogs in your neighborhood they will find your pond. I would suggest, though, that you do not tur…
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Species dependant.
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Don't put them in there in the first place!
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Answer: Prepare for a lot of work Caring for frogs can take a lot of effort for the caretaker. Frogs must be fed and checked on a regular basis. And tank cleanliness is a must to keep the frog healthy. The type of care for your frog depends on its species. Certain breeds of frogs require special…
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yes it makes the frogs and toad hop off and if it doesnt get to the water in time the frog blows up, i know cause my parents did that in cuba.
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They are dark brown with lighter patches around the head.
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Neotenous Frog I've heard it called a pollywog or a tadpole, but there's probably a more scientific name.
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yes, frogs eat goldfish. they also eat insects.
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Yes but make sure it is a big container and the frogs have a rock in so that they can get out when they have layd there spawn
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Frogs are carnivores and, not only do they catch and eat insects, but they even catch tiny mammals such as bats, so they need teeth to help them grip larger prey. Frogs do not use their teeth for chewing, but for gripping the food. Therefore they have teeth only in their upper jaw.
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Yes frogs eat butterflies. yup.
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The height to which a frog can jump is difficult to assess. Some biologists report leaps of 2 meters or more. We usually just measure how far a frog can jump. The longest of the measured leaps is about 7 meters. Frogs have been known to jump out of trees and cover distances of many tens of meters i…
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