frogs breathe through there skins. but the frog has lungs but no ribs! They don't. Frogs can hold their breath for a very long time but they still have to come to the surface to breath air.
They don't, they hold their breath like we do, they can just do it a long time. During their tadpole stage, they breathe under water through their skin, using internal gills. When they mature into frogs, they develop lungs and then can only breathe air using their lungs.
they don't breathe underwater
yes the do
yes they can hold there breath underwater
I would think they breathe with there mouth underwater.
Oxygen. But if underwater, they breathe it through their skin.
so it can breathe underwater
Yes. Frogs can breathe via lungs or skin. When above water, they rely mostly on lungs, aided by skin. When underwater, frogs "breathe" solely through their skin. (To be more accurate frogs perform gas exchange with their skin, as breathing pertains to lungs.)
As I know frogs breathe through their lungs Another answer: Frogs also take in oxygen through their skin. They can use their lungs in the air and their skin underwater.
No, they have to breath air, but they can hold their breath for a very long time.
No.only at tadpole stage,all frogs and toads have lungs.
adult frogs come up to the surface to get oxygen then go back underwater again then when they need more they come up again
Frogs have webbed feet, which helps them swim quickly. They are also able to breathe through their skin while underwater.
Frogs can breathe through their skin if they are in oxygen-rich water because of their moist skin. Mammals cannot. Juvenile frogs breathe through gills underwater and lack lungs. Juvenile mammals breathe air through lungs.
Frogs can breathe underwater only for 20 minutes at a time. They breathe by using oxygen that is dissolved into the water and breathe through their skin.
Young frogs, or tadpoles, breathe underwater using gills. Then they grow lungs and lose their gills. As adults, they breathe air using their lungs.
Frogs can survive underwater for an extended time, but do not live underwater,
Lizards breathe using their 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.
you can't breathe underwater
no they can not no frog can breath underwater but they can hold their breath for a significant amount of time
newts can not breathe underwater
Though frogs are air breathers, they can stay underwater for long periods of time and breathe through their skin. Frogs live in ponds, creeks, and trees. They need freshwaters though, not salty.
Bats are mammals, therefore can't breathe underwater Bats are mammals, therefore can't breathe underwater
Snakes breathe using their lungs, like all reptiles. 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.
Yes, all reptiles 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.
No, frogs breathe with their lungs and skin. Their tadpoles breathe with gills.