frogs shed their skin by keeping it warm
No African Dwarf Frogs do not shed there skin.
Yes they do shed there skin
They shed their skin then they eat it
Their tadpoles are.
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they have land frogs and aquatic. tree frogs, fire belly toads, and that's all I know of.
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No, they are fully aquatic frogs.
I have two mini aquatic frogs. They are very tolerant of each other.
Adult frogs are insectivorous but larvae are herbivorous that eat aquatic plants .
Yes they do. Frogs and toads are born as tadpoles and are aquatic upon birth.
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They do shed their skin (shell) several times each year as they grow larger.
The order Anura contains 4,810 species. 88% of the amphibian species are frogs.
Most frogs live terrestrial, on land. Some are aquatic and never leave the water but are a minority. Most frogs lay their eggs in water but some do not and live completely terrestrial. They lay their eggs in moist environments and don't have an aquatic larval stage.
Xenopus is the genus name for aquatic frogs native to Africa.
Fish mainly. Also turtles.
Frogs from the genus Xenopus are called clawed frogs because they are the only known frogs with nail-like claws. They are fully aquatic and never enter land.