Which animal can drink through skin on its belly?
Isn't it frogs?
No, they drink through their skin.
Frogs rarely drink with their mouths. Rather, they "drink" through their skin. A "seat pouch" on their bellies absorbs water.
They drink water that is absorbed through their skin.
Water of course! they drink it through their skin
they absorb it through there skin
most snakes do drink through their mouths but desert snakes absorb it through their skin.
Frogs do not drink, they absorb water through their porous skin.
No. they only drink water that they absorb through their skin
some frogs breath through skin some don't.
so firstly they supposedly drink through their skin and drink water.
they asborb it through their skin
Aniamals have their skin to keep from infection from inside the body,ampbibians breath through their skin and drink through their skin,keep insides in and etc.
Frogs breathe throw their skin
It's skin is simply permeable to water so the water is 'soaked' into the skin.
A frog can breath through its skin.
canteens, i guess. maybe made of animal skin...
frogs and toads do not drink they absorb water through thier skin
No, frogs do not drink water. Frogs absorb water through their skin.
water and that's it it asorbs through their skin
they absorb water through their skin
Yes, it's a sharp needle piercing through your skin.
This question doesn't make sense?
The Canadian toad drinks water. They drink it through their skin at the underside of there thighs.
Frogs don't need to drink water they can absorb it through their skin.
The nose typically hurts more because the piercing goes through the cartilage. The belly button piercing is just through a flab of skin.
Frogs do not drink fizzy drinks. In fact, they don't really "drink" at all. They absorb water through their skin.
They absorb water through their skin which keeps their skin moist, but they still keep hydrated by soaking it into their bodies. So technically the answer is yes.
They absorb water through their skin.
salamander and caecillians
it is frogs and toads.
yes if you dont drink enough water
The lay in their water and absorb it through their skin
Fish breath through their scales, amphibians breat through their skin.
A characteristic of all amphibians is permeable skin. They do have the ability to absorb water through their skin. It is called cutaneous absorption. It is very uncommon to observe frogs drinking water orally. Their primary means of hydrating is by absorbing water, rather than drinking it. Thus, frogs can "drink" through their skin.
The baby creates skin in the belly due to the baby fat associated with pregnancy.
You should have no problem with a belly ring. The piercing goes through the skin on your stomach, not your abdominal muscles. Your abs protect your insides, they'll be safe from your piercing.
Frogs never drink through their mouths, they use their skin to soak up water.
They absorb water through their skin. If water were to get into their mouth like animals typically drink, they would drown.
Not in the way that most other creatures drink. They, and all freshwater fish, absorb water through their skin in a process called "osmotic action". No, they are fresh water fish, therefore they simply absorb water through their permeable skin.
Frogs can breathe and drink through their skin. A frog's skin needs to stay moist or else it can suffocate. This is why a frog's skin often feels slimy to the touch.
Yes, a shark's belly skin is softer than it's back.
Vertebrates like amphibians respire through skin though they have lungs and invertebrates like earthworm, leeches also respire through skin. To respire through skin it must be kept moist always. If you dry the skin in above all animals, they will die.
Some species of amphibians do not have lungs or gills, but obtain all their necessary oxygen and water through their skin. Other amphibians have lungs for breathing air, but use their skin to take in additional oxygen, as well as water, through capillaries in their skin.
This is a disease transmitted to people from animals. The infection is transmitted by people drinking water contaminated with animal urine. When the water supply is damaged, people drink what they can from where they can. Also the disease is caught through damage to the skin and through the eyes
Their skin on the top is lime-greenish, but for some glass frogs their skin on their belly is see through or transclusent. Their isn't really a reason why but that is the reason why they got their name. Their are about 6 or 8 types of glass frogs.
the skin on their stomachs stretches after they eating
You usually can tell if you see the bar through your skin. If you see it take it out before it rips thru.
The process by which an animal can breathe without lungs ie. through moist skin. Oxygen can pass through the skin into the blood capillaries close to the skin surface. Examples are amphibians, specifically the 'lungless salamanders'.
No they do not breathe through there skin. They breathe like any other animal or mammal for thet fact. Reptiles are not mammals. There's a reason why those two words are different. *Their skin *that fact *education
WATER to drink or to take a shower, BONES to make weapons ,and ANIMAL SKIN for clothes.