What amphibian starts with F and loses its tail when it is an adult?
There are many different types and species of amphibians around theworld. Newts and Salamanders are types of amphibians with tails.
It a defensive mechanism. If a predator attempts to eat a lizard and the lizard loses his tail the predator has a choice between a fleeing lizard or a easy tail.
I'm not sure maybe its dying/sick maybe you should check the vet really i don't know much about goldfish
It grows a new one. If a salamander loses a limb it can still grow a new one. Mammals are a little jealous of this ability of the lower animals. If you remember your spider-man comics the super-villian 'the lizard' started out as a scientist trying to regrow his severed arm.
Amphibians with long slender bodies that keep their tails as adultsare called salamanders. They differ from lizards in that they spenda portion of their lives in the water.
Feathers dont last forever. New feathers grow in the same place to replace the lost one.
How did Broly lose his tail . he never did lose his tail... as they reborn Broly in the 3rd and most suckish Broly movie... He was naked in a medical tank type of thing... tail and all
\nActually, I believe, they don't so much "lose" their tail as they have their tale recede. As a tadpole grows it grows it's legs, then the tail gets shorter and shorter till it is nonexistent.
Some, but not all roosters lose their tail feathers. When a roosterdoes lose his tail feathers, it is down to the molting process.
Yes, a stingray often loses its spine when it injures another creature. This occurs largely due to the relatively weak connection between the spine and the tail, the often surprising force of this defensive reaction and the anchor-like teeth of the spine, which tend to lodge in tissue like a series …of arrowheads or fishhook barbs. ( Full Answer )
Manx cats do not have a tail and seem to do okay. . But even manx cats seem to stumble here and there. the tail helps in a way.
Well most of the amphibians start there life in fresh water and the remainding start there life on land
you loose brake pressure when u start engine. this is supposed to happen. pedal will be hard until engine is started and the vaccuum pump works to assist the poer brakes if the pedal goes to the floor , maybe you need to adjust the brakes. if the vaccuum pump is not working , it will feel like you a…re standing on a rock when you try to use brakes a good indication of out of adjustment or worn brakes is to look at brake fluid resevior.if fluid is not at proper level, do not add fluid, but check and replace worn disk pads on front, and replace or adjust shoes on rear ( Full Answer )
Amphibians as larvea or tadpoles use gills to obtain oxygen. They then go into a metamorphic stage where they have both gills and developing lungs, and as adult they breath through lungs as we do.
Most adult amphibians use a combination of lungs and gas exchange through the skin to breathe. In order for gas exchange to occur through the skin, the amphibian's skin must be moist. Some amphibians use gills or a special lining of the mouth to obtain oxygen.
Just about every dog owner has observed the family pet engage in the activity of tail chasing. Dogs chasing their tails is certainly not an unusual phenomenon, but the behavior often baffles the owners and in some cases seems to be so common that the activity borders on being an obsession. Various e…xperts on dogs suggest a number of reasons why dogs chase their tails.. ( Full Answer )
All lizards can lose their tails by getting it eaten off or something, but some lizards can 'lose' their tails. As in, if you frighten it or catch it by the tail, the lizard could detatch the tail from their body (and it would still move to confuse the attacker), and they could run away and regenera…te the tail. =) -kelsey. ( Full Answer )
Yes. they fall off after a certain age. like in china they fry them up and put them in there wong tong soup . Very good ! you should try it !
No. Horned Toads keep their tails, and don't lose them even ifgrabbed by a predator.
Not all amphibians are tail-less. In fact, all amphibians start out as tadpoles which have tails. Some amphibians, such as frogs and toads lose their tails when they become adults. Other amphibians, such as newts and salamanders, do not lose their tails.
No, you only have the chance once in 50 years so by the time she loses her tail hse'll be 67
Yes, the skin of amphibians is not water proof and will dry out (and kill the animal) if there is not enough moisture in the environment.
Legs, to walk with . Lungs, to breath with . Thin skin, to absorb moisture through
In the very first battle of Vegeta and Goku, Vegeta turned into a Great Ape and was about to kill Goku when Yajirobe cut off his tail so he turned back into a normal person.
When amphibians are babies, they have gills, but most adult amphibians breathe with a pair of lungs excluding salamanders. .
Seeing that they're amphibians and babies I would put a safe bet on the water. On land and being so small they don't stand a chance between bigger predators. At least in the water they can swim and hide
No. Different amphibians have different life cycles. Only frogs and most species of toads start life as tadpoles.
Yacambu poison frog Yapo river frog Yellow mantella Yosemite toad Yunnan spiny frog Yunnan Asian frog Yunnan lake newt
i think so if u red the manga episode 489 at the end u will know it ends when naruto starts to decide to keep it or lose it
Carry on regardless. There was a widespread barbaric practice of removing the tails of some dogs for esthetic reasons. Fortunately this is almost irradicated.
Because Emma, Rikki, and Cleo go to Mako island on a full moon and use there powers to get Charlotte lose her tail and powers
A cardinal could lose it's tail for many reasons. one of them could be if it got into a fight with another animal or bird. it could lose it tail from being frozen off in winter...etc...
Some types of geckos can loose their tails. For example leopard geckos loose their tails, but they grow back.any gecko can make their tale fall of as a defense against predators so never pick it up by its tail
The names of some amphibians that start with "w" are::-- -Western Lesser Siren -White's Tree Frog -Wyoming Toad
Oak Toad is a species of toad foundin the coastal regions of southeastern United States. OdaigaharaSalamander is a species of salamander found in Japan.
A kangaroo that lost its tail could only do so through violent circumstances, which would result in the animal dying from shock. Any animal that survived would be unable to hop, and therefore unable to escape from predators.
No, they probably have a noisy environment, and are losing their feathers due to nervousness.
no, adult frogs do not have tails. although frogs do have tails when they are young, but they loose them.
The first of the baby teeth (also called "milk teeth" and "deciduous teeth") begn to fall out about age five. They are gradually replaced by the newly erupting adult teeth, a process ususally complete by age 12-13. The exception is wisdom teeth, which, if they erupt at all, begin to do so about age …18-19. ( Full Answer )
I don't know when but I know that a tadpole's tail is reabsorbed into their bodies as food.
her tail got caught by a fishers net then it was infected to much and had to cut it off
yes, in the movie dolphin tail, the story was that a dolphin lost its tail tphen got a robotic tail. it was based on a true story. .
Fescue toxicity from the Endophyte fungus that is found in Tall Fescue. That and genetic diseases that can cause a calf to be born without a tail.
this is hard to awncer! i dont think so .....hamsters i had didnt loose their tale.....unfortunetaly some hamsters may loose their tale in a figh but that dosent happen any ofenn...i hope i helped ;)
There are many variations of Native American tales or lore as to how the Bear lost his tail. For such a stories, please see the related links below. since bears eat honey, it prevents them from growing tails. just like humans. they eat honey and they have no tails. either that or the bear lost a bet… and had to knaw it off. since bears eat honey, it prevents them from growing tails. just like humans. they eat honey and they have no tails. either that or the bear lost a bet and had to knaw it off. ( Full Answer )
They take in oxygen and release co2 by their skin, lungs and sometimes tissue in their throats.
Most neonate (new born) amphibians breathe using gills. Some will continue to use gills their entire lifetime, some will develop lungs at adulthood.
It will die if you do not treat it with antibiotics. Use antibiotics such as maracyn and maracyn 2 together for at least 10 days.
Once Amphibians grow out of their gills, they live on land. However, they usually stay close to the water even as adults.
i think,the adult amphibians will respire through there skin which is commonly called as cutaneous respiration.