How are frogs adapted to their habitat?
Frogs have adapted in their eye placement, which helps them easily find food and avoid predators. They are camouflaged to blend in with their surroundings and have developed very powerful legs to allow for long jumps.
The biggest threat to frogs is pollution. Avoiding the use of chemicals such as pesticides keeps them out of the frog's habitat, and lets frogs stay healthy. Also, protecting their habitat from human construction is important. If you have a yard, you can grow plants and create ponds to be a habitat for frogs.