it helps them swim better males have bigger webbed toes and femals have smaller webbed toes
yes so they can swim easier
They are 'webbed' which means they have skin growing between the toes to help them swim.
frogs move with their webbed toes in the water
No. Land based frogs have sticky pads on their toes to assist them with climbing.
We have canda the same to help us swim!
The majority of frogs have four toes on their front legs and five toes on their hind legs. Aquatic frogs have long toes that are webbed.
Yes. The back feet have webs, the front has toes with no web.
No. Most amphibians do have webbed feet like frogs but ducks, which are a type of BIRD also have webbed feet. some cats and dogs have webbing between their toes
the difference between the frogs anatomy and us humans is that they have four toes on their feet which are webbed and we have five fingers and toes.
All of the toes on a frog's feet are connected, making a webbed foot.
Frogs who live in water have webbed feet that assist them with swimming. However, if the frog is primarily land or tree based, it will have sticky pads on its toes instead of webbing.
So they can swim. Their feet as a tadpole have webbed toes so they can kick faster and get away from predators.
Pelicans and frogs have webbed feet because: a)that is how they were formed, and b)the webbed feet helps them swim.
Okay... I have webbed toes.... Only 2 are though... (on both feet) There are absolutley no symptons!
no they have webbed feet so there not really toes
pelicans have four toes but their webbed.
webbed toes, although i do know some one with webbed toes, it is gross
poison dart frogs do not have webbed feet. they have sticky pads on there feet
I think so, but if your webbed toes provide a difficulty in squishing your toes all together inside the shoe and then moving them up and down, then you will find it difficult. I'm not really sure because i have never seen anyone with webbed toes :)
how many leopard frogs are there
no they have webbed feet
A frogs hind feet are webbed.