Do frogs drink and breathe through their skin or mouth?
Frogs breathe throw their skin
frogs breathe through their mouth and can hold air in their mouth. That's why they have a bubble in their mouth.
Yes, but they also have lungs to breathe through their mouth and nostrils
The way frogs breath is peculiar because they never open their mouth, they simply breathe by inhaling air through their nostrils into their lungs.
No, if water goes into their mouth they drown. They absorb their water through thier skin. Toads do the same.
I would think they breathe with there mouth underwater.
breathe through your mouth
Frogs are amphibians. They can breathe using their lungs* on land, or absorb oxygen through their skins when underwater (this is called cutaneous respiration). Lacking diaphragm muscles, frogs on land may be said to "swallow" air : they inhale air through their nostrils, inflating skin sacs in their throats, then press down with the mouth muscles to force it into the lungs.
No, reptiles usually have thick scaly skin and they can't breathe through their skin. Reptiles breathe using their lungs. If they are underwater they have to come to the surface to breathe. Reptiles have little slits of nostrils and can also mouth-breathe. Amphibians (frogs, newts, salamanders etc) are NOT reptiles. Amphibians often breathe through their skin, which is thin and wet.
yes the elephants breathe through their trunk.. Think of it as a straw in your mouth. They drink by breathing in. they really suck the water in their trunk and squrit it into their mouth.
Yes, they do breathe through their mouth and nose just as you and I do.
They breathe through their trunk and mouth. The same way that we breath through our nose and mouth.
no insects do not breathe their mouth they breathe through pores on their abdomen called spiracles
Frogs are amphibians. They can breathe using their lungs* on land, or absorb oxygen through their skins when underwater (this is called cutaneous respiration). Lacking diaphragm muscles, frogs on land may be said to "swallow" air : they inhale air through their nostrils, inflating skin sacs in their throats, then press down with the mouth muscles to force it into the lungs. (*At least one very rare species of frogs lacks lungs altogether, relying exclusively… Read More
No, humans don't breathe through their skin. They breathe through their nose and mouth.
Yes, you would breathe mostly through your mouth, but you can breathe through your nose with you tongue sticking out of your mouth.
Well, they are amphibians, they both exist in this world (and on Earth), breathe through skin, and eat anything they can fit in their mouth, and largely choose prey by activity level rather than size.
No, they breathe fire through their mouth.
through their mouth or nose they breath through their lungs and mouth
For the most part, frogs breathe air through the mouth, and utilize internal nares when doing so outside of the water. In the water, they can put just enough of the external nares above water, but this is more important to get rid of carbon dioxide, as frogs can diffuse oxygen from the water through their skin.
all frogs breathe through their mouth (The throat of a frog 'pulsates' up and down which is causing air to be drawn in through, and pushed out from, its nostrils.) They also have the ability to breathe through their skin (Which allows them to breathe when hibernating in the bottom of ponds etc) This, and the ability to absorb moisture through their skin, is contributing to their decline across the globe as it means they… Read More
Reptiles (snakes, lizards, crocodiles etc) breathe using lungs. If they are underwater they have to come to the surface to breathe. Amphibians (frogs, newts, salamanders etc) are NOT reptiles. Amphibians often breathe through their skin. They can also gulp air into their primitive lungs using their mouth or throat.
Fish breathe with gills. Oxegen is in water. They breathe it in through their gills. They breathe it out through their mouth.
They can if they need to, but they usually breathe through their nose.
Cougars breathe through their mouth and nose.
Yes, you want to breathe out through your nose, and in with your mouth
Yes, cats can breathe through their mouths, but normally through their nose
Whales can't Breathe through their mouths, only their blowholes
Yes they do. More accurately, they breathe through their nose or mouth as we do.
it has a mouth that it breaths through
Mudskippers breathe through their skin and the lining of their mouth
Seals breathe through their mouth and nose.
Dogs are mammals and breathe through their lungs. they breathe like us The same way humans do: through their nose or through their mouth.
They breathe air With their lungs through their mouth and nose They can not breathe under water
you breath through your mouth when you are trying to do sitting trot.
a) Goldfish (all fish) breathe through their gills b) All fish (Including Goldfish) suck water in through their mouth and pass it through their gill filament's.
In through their nose and out through their mouth.
In through your nose out through your mouth.
they breathe in and out just like humans but through their nose instead of their mouth they m ostly breathe in through their butts.
through its mouth dumbF"""
through their mouth and nose
Through there nose or mouth
Through his or her nose and/or mouth.
Through its mouth like you
Through nose and mouth.
through their mouth
through antennnas or mouth
Fish do not breathe through their mouth like humans. They have gills which the use to filter the oxygen from the water.
The back of the mouth goes to the pharynx
They breathe through their mouth and nose and have lungs, just like humans. :)
Breathe in through your nose and blow out of your mouth