The frog is the prey and the raccoon is the predator.
the tree frog is both a prey and a predortor
The frog is the prey, the raccoon is the predator.
Yes - the snake is the predator, while the frog is the prey.
it catch its prey using the tongue
The frog is the prey. The raccoon is the predator. Raccoons can be both prey and predators as well as frogs that feed on insect prey. We call that a food chain.
The teeth in the frog are not useful for masticating. They are useful for holding the prey and prevent the prey escaping from mouth.
With its tongue.
its a predator
The relationship in the ecosystem if a pond frog catches a fly on his tongue is predator and prey. The frog is the predator and the fly is its prey.
The poison dart frog catches its prey by foraging in the leaf litter (forest floor) and uses its toxin to poison its prey and eats it.
A frog is both. it hunts flies, but is often eaten
when is a green tree frog most active
they are both!
to capture its prey and to have it
It makes it easier for the frog to swallow its prey.
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through their sticky tongue
With it's sticky tongue designed to catch prey.
This enables the frog to eat, in one gulp, food that is unwieldy (like earthworms), or nearly as wide as the frog's head. The frog is adapted for swallowing prey whole; there are no frog features for killing the prey first.