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, frogs can "drink" through their skin.
No, frogs do not drink water. Frogs absorb water through their skin.
Frogs do not drink, they absorb water through their porous skin.
Frogs breathe throw their skin
No, they drink through their skin.
frogs and toads do not drink they absorb water through thier skin
Frogs rarely drink with their mouths. Rather, they "drink" through their skin. A "seat pouch" on their bellies absorbs water.
Frogs don't need to drink water they can absorb it through their skin.
Frogs do not drink fizzy drinks. In fact, they don't really "drink" at all. They absorb water through their skin.
they absorb it with there skin.
Frogs never drink through their mouths, they use their skin to soak up water.
Isn't it frogs?
They absorb it threw their skin
so firstly they supposedly drink through their skin and drink water.
They absorb water through their skin.
first of all frogs reproduce in water. they also need water to drink, but instead of swallowing the water frogs absorb it into their skin.
Yes frogs have moist skin.
a frogs skin is moist and slimy
Frogs can breathe and drink through their skin. A frog's skin needs to stay moist or else it can suffocate. This is why a frog's skin often feels slimy to the touch.
Frogs have wet, moist skin. Their skin is not scaly, but it is smooth.
Frogs have very special skin, they drink and breathe through it. Instead they absorb most of the moisture they need through their skin. frogs get oxygen through their skin when it's moist, they need to take care of their skin or they might suffocate. you'll find frogs that are slimy. This is because the frog skin secretes a mucus that helps keep it moist. Even with the slimy skin, these frogs need to stay near water. Toads on the other hand have tougher skin that doesn't dry out as fast, so they can live farther from water than most frogs.
frogs shed their skin by keeping it warm
Well some frogs depend on water like in lakes a ponds because they find food in there. Its also a hidding place for them. Plus frogs drink water through their skin.
they drink water
Yes they do drink
Yes. Frogs have smooth skin which is slippery and delicate.