It depends on the species on what croak, how long, and how loud a croak is. However, each mature frog in the spring has one thing on its mind: to mate. So they hop into a pond and start singing away, only stopping when interrupted (in which they start again a minute later) when they find a mate (they will start croaking again once they are done) or when it is no longer dark. Some frogs are known to croak in large groups, infact. the PTF (Pacific Tree Frog- also known as the Pacific Chorus Frog) find a pond a pond, and start singing. Both the females and males hear this. The females come to mate- the males come to join the group singing, hopping they too will get a mate.
the type of tree frogs that croak at night is i dont know
frogs croak when they are mating , the male frogs are the ones who usually croak.
Because they are more active at night then day time. That mean they sleep during the day and play at night, Frogs don't just croak at night. Normally that is just when you hear them. Only the males croak and they are trying to attract a mate.
NO! not all frogs croak
Frogs croak when they want to mate; males are the ones that croak.
Yes, Frogs Croak every night Croak = die
Girl tree frogs do not croak because male frogs use it to attrack the girls to mate.
Frogs do not roar. They croak.
Frogs like to croak after it rains.
to attract females
no, they just croak
In certain species.
to atract a female
Yes. Females can croak. That is all i know. My midori can croak, and she wakes me up sometimes
Amphibians like frogs and toads make the croak sound. There are no other animals that croak. The call of a raven might be described by many people as a croak.
male frogs will croak to attract female frogs.
No.But if you are referencing to the riddle, the answer would be "Yes, frogs croak every night."
Make it croak.... Permanently.
croak and ribbit
The Thing with there throats. well they croak. and the croak that sounds most attracting then the female joins up with that frog !!!!