What kind of skin do frogs have?
The frogs have a rubber like skin that they are able to breathe through. Their skin is able to trap the moisture without it drying out.
Cuban tree frog
a frogs skin is moist and slimy
Yes frogs have moist skin.
Frogs have wet, moist skin. Their skin is not scaly, but it is smooth.
frogs shed their skin by keeping it warm
Well if you think about it, frogs are amphibians, they breathe through their skin and their skins needs to be wet and moist all the time.
Yes. Frogs have smooth skin which is slippery and delicate.
No frogs have smooth and slimy/wet skin.
Because it frogs have hard skin
Frogs have smoother skin. Frogs have slippery and delicate skin, but toads have drier skin with warts.
Frogs breathe by diffusion through their skin, and the skin must be moist in order for them to do so
Frogs breathe throw their skin
frogs have a moist skin due to the mucous gland present in its skin. it also has pores in them for they can't breathe through lungs under water and der skin help in respiration then
Correct. Frogs have smooth skin which is slippery and delicate, but toads have drier skin with warts.
Fish have scales. Frogs are amphibians and have skin. Unless its a leap year !
Frogs obviousl have skin. its just very very warty and bumpy :)
African Dwarf frogs eat their skin to get the protein they need
they turn into both. frogs have smooth skin but toads have bumpy skin.
Frogs breathe through both their lungs and through their skin. Their skin must remain moist for oxygen to get through their skin.
Yes, frogs do get visible bruises.
Frog's produce a slimy substance called mucus, the mucus comes from glands in the frogs skin. The glands and mucus is extremely important to the survival of the frogs due to the respiration and hydration. Not all frogs are slimy though, some frogs have rough dry skin.
African dwarf frogs shed their skin because once they get all of that access skin off... they can grow!
They shed their skin then they eat it
No, frogs do not drink water. Frogs absorb water through their skin.
Frogs have unusual skin. Frogs don't usually swallow water like we do. Instead they absorb most of the moisture they need through their skin. Because frogs get oxygen through their skin when it's moist, they need to take care of their skin or they might suffocate. Sometimes you'll find frogs that are slimy. This is because the frog skin secretes a mucus that helps keep it moist. Even with the slimy skin, these frogs need… Read More
the frogs skin
from their skin!
Leopard frogs breath through their skin.
Yes, frogs typically have smooth, moist skin.
Frogs and worms both have smooth skin. Also their skin has moisture to help them breathe.
they have moist skin not scales
Frogs have smooth skin and usually have small teeth in their upper jaws, and toads have lumpy skin and no teeth at all.
The kind of habitat that frogs live in depend on their particular kind. For examples some frogs such as tree frogs live up in trees while other frogs may prefer living in bodies of water or the rainforest.
the biggest organ in a frogs body is its skin
Frogs do not drink, they absorb water through their porous skin.
No African Dwarf Frogs do not shed there skin.
Frogs have very special skin, they drink and breathe through it. Instead they absorb most of the moisture they need through their skin. frogs get oxygen through their skin when it's moist, they need to take care of their skin or they might suffocate. you'll find frogs that are slimy. This is because the frog skin secretes a mucus that helps keep it moist. Even with the slimy skin, these frogs need to stay near… Read More
Frogs release poisons through their skin and can be deadly to others, such frogs are normally found in the amazon.
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.)
through their skin
yes they do.
yes they can
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.
Frogs can take oxygen directly through their skin into their bloodstream.
Frogs and worms do have in their skins than humans because they breathe through the skin.
I think that frogs are carnivore.
the skin is wet to keep its moister
Frogs do not live in hot places... they live in humid or moist places. They need to do this because without moist air OR just plain water, their skin will dry out. Now, when our skin is dry, we just put on lotion! But frogs partially breathe through their skin. When their skin dries out, they cannot breathe and will likely die. :( Poor frogs!
Frogs are amphibians. They have smooth skin and long tongues.
They can always jump to escape and some frogs have poison on their skin