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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.

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Why do some species of frogs live in the rainforest?

Because that is their natural habitat. And they have just adapted to it.

Can you give us facts about a frog's habitat?

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What is adapted?

When the features of an organism help it to survive in a habitat, it is adapted to that habitat.

How is a ant adapted for its habitat?

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How have tree frogs adapted to their habitat?

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What is the frogs most common habitat?

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Why will you not find frogs in sea?

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Give one way in which you think an Ankylosaurus was adapted to its habitat?

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Why do animals live in different habitat?

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How are fish adapted to their habitat?

Fish are adapted to their habitat in that they breathe through gills and do not have to surface to take in air. They are also adapted to their habitat in their coloring which helps them to hide among water plants.

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How is a CHIPMUNK adapted for its habitat?

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How can you help take care of a frogs habitat?

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.

Where did all the frogs go?

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