Can fire bellied toads stand on their hind legs?
No they can not
they both have hind legs
Not without support. Koalas will stand on their hind legs if their front paws can grasp onto a support. They cannot stand freely on their hind legs.
An animal standing on it's hind legs may seem hard to us but its just like standing on one foot. Some animals stand on there hind legs. This probably won't help but pandas do stand on their hind feet sometimes Animals which stand on their hind legs include all members of the kangaroo family - over 65 species. Native hopping mice also stand on their hind legs.
The hind limbs are much longer than the forelimbs, but forelimb to hind limb ratio is quite variable. Toads and toad-like anurans have relatively short hind limbs.
Yes, they can stand up on their hind legs and crawl on all fours.
Gerbils stand on their hind legs because it a way of looking out for danger. They also pounce with their hind legs and if they see danger they will thump them on the ground.
yes toads 2 mabye 3 inches long and frogs legs 3 mabye 4 inches long
Gerbils stand on their hind legs because they are sniffing the air looking most commonly for food. Or occasionally looking for a mate.
They only stand on their hind legs if they are using their front legs for some other activity, such as grasping a food item while the eat.
so they can get there site
Some ants, such as the myrmecocystus mexicanus, will stand on their hind legs when they feel threatened or they're being attacked. They do this to make themselves look taller.
You do not tell them apart like other animals.... There are different ways to tell. You have to look out for all of the signs. It will not be possible if you don't have more than two toads. I have 5 and I will be getting 1 or 2 more tomorrow. Okay, well here's what you do. First look at their front legs. Toads with thin front legs are girls; toads with thick legs are… Read More
just for a few seconds
In some of the fight they do.
Yes theycan stand, and polar bears can be nine feet or more.
No, They only sit on their back legs they cannot stand.. Hope this is useful!!
to eat and walk with
depends on the dog. YOur question is equal to how long can a human stand on its hands
the worlds longest time for a dog to stand on its hind legs is 1 day. hope that helps.
it for sure is and i stand be hind that
Because their "trainers" beat them with whips to get them to do that
No. While they can stand on their hind legs bears are primarily quadrupeds.
yes, they can, either by themselves or you can teach them to. There was once a dog that had to only use its hind legs because it did not have legs on the front of its body.
Not on their hind legs, no. They can stand (though for short periods at a time) on their four stout but short legs.
If the skin is smooth it is probably a frog. Also, it will have big hind legs. Toads have bumpy skin and a more squat body. Toads are more common, so if you find a questionable speciman tht might be a frog or toad, it's probably a toad.
Males can stand nine feet or more.
For the longest time, it was thought that the frogs and the toads were two different kinds of animals. All toad-like species were placed in the family of the toads, Bufonidae. This split was based on the following caracteristics: *toads have a warty skin, frogs have a smooth skin *toads have shorter hind legs, frogs longer hindlegs *toads cannot jump or swim as well as frogs Since the 80's we know that these caracteristics are… Read More
Generally speaking, frogs have slimy skins and prefer moist environments and have long strong hind legs for jumping. Toads ,however, have warty, dry skin and prefer arid habitats and they also have shorter legs designed for walking instead of jumping.
It may balance momentarily on the tail while kicking with the hind legs to defend itself. It does not stand on its tail.
Yes. They do everyday, as soon as they're born. If you mean can they stand on their hind legs, they don't have to because they have longs necks.
Polar Bears stand 12 feet tall on it's hind legs and are 5 feet at the shoulder on all fours. Kodiak Bears stand 10 feet tall on it's hind legs and are 5 feet at the shoulder on all fours. Grizzly Bears stand 9 feet tall on it's hind legs and are 4 feet tall at the shoulder on all fours.
A Grizzly Bear can stand 9 feet tall on it's hind legs.
they are special because they are the only bears that can stand on their hind legs
a meerkat moves on it 's 4 legs and can also stand on it's hind legs
i think frogs because there strong hind legs can help them jump away from things that want to eat them faster because frogs leap farther than toads
they use their legs and muscles to walk and run around and they occasionally walk or stand on their hind legs.
Hold a treat above its head, it will sit up on its hind legs to reach it.
Maybe a hip problem which is common in pugs
The hock is the joint on the hind leg of an animal that is equivalent to our heel when we stand on our tippy toes.
Maybe, it could probably stand on its to legs only if it built up its muscle. There was a dog who could stand on its two hind legs, so maybe a panda could too.
They do that for many reasons: They are curious and they stand up just for fun. Wild rabbits need to smell the air to see if there is danger close by. Domestic rabbits do this to look around. They have eyes on the side of there heads so they can't see as well They want to reach something higher so they stand on there hind legs to reach it They want to look cute^^
To better see or smell something that is far away or that it cannot clearly see.
mainly birds and other meerkat groups that's why they have sentries the 1s that stand up on there hind legs
Sometimes bears do this to warn their prey and sometimes they do it just to look at what lies ahead.
yes, rabbits can back up but mostly they just stand on there hind legs and swivel around.
Yes, they will eat apples off of trees. They will stand on their hind legs to reach them.
A werewolf can weigh from 1500-2000 pounds and stand up to 12 ft tall on hind legs.