Why frogs cannot live in a desert?
Actually there are some frogs that live in desert ares of Austria.The catholic frog. The Flat headed frog and the Rheoba Trachus Silus frog.
Some frogs live in water, some frogs live in the desert.
There are frogs and toads that manage to live in many of the deserts of the world.
They collect water and store and only have bits of it that's why water holding frogs can live in the desert!!!
Yes, in fact, there are a large number of frogs that live in the desert.
They either live in a pond most likely or on some type of water. Most common frogs live near swampy places or by ponds, lakes, or creeks. But some frogs also live in the desert or in forests. That is really unlikely for a frog to live in a desert that is near no water.
Earthworms cannot generally live in the desert as the climate is not favorable to them. They require moist soil which to live and feed upon, which cannot be found in the desert.
Frogs hiber nate because they cannot live in cold
Yes, there are a number of species of toads, frogs and salamanders that are adapted to life in the desert.
annabel well, there alot of amphibians that live in the desert theres lizards frogs ok so its not that much
African Dwarf Frogs live at the bottom so prey cannot get them.
The reptiles that live in the Sahara Desert include snakes, lizards and frogs. There are many animals that can withstand these harsh climates.
baby frogs are tadpoles and live underwater, therefore they cannot.
Most frogs cannot live in salt water, because it will dehydrate and kill them, but there are a very few frogs that have adaptations that allow them to be exceptions: Crab-eating frogs African clawed frogs Southern leopard frogs
Poison dart frogs need rainforest areas in which to live. The only cases of poison dart frogs living in the desert is if a specially constructed ecosystem is made for them, such as that found outside Phoenix, Arizona, by a couple who apparently breed poison dart frogs as exotic pets.
Considering frogs cannot live in salt water I would say nothing in the ocean eats frogs.
Your question makes no sense, tree frogs do not live in deserts.
Frogs can only survive in areas with permanent water and such areas are rare in a desert.
Frogs that live in the desert survive the drought by living underground. Their skin condenses water, creating a thin membrane around their bodies that keep them moist. They will then come up when rain come, in order to breed.
Most of them are carnivorous, eating small animals such as insects, rodents and other frogs; most of them are nocturnal to prevent dehydration and live underground.
Frogs are amphibians. This means that they can live both out of water and in water. Fish, on the other hand, cannot. They have gills and need water to live. This is the biggest difference.
There are several different amphibians that have adapted enough to survive in the desert. Most of the amphibians are frogs or toads of one kind or another.
Not necessarily. Tree frogs cannot live only in water. Hence the name, tree frogs. They mainly live high up in trees, in humid environments. They can swim and stay in water for long periods of time, though, but this isn't their usual habitat. Frogs cannot stay underwater for ever, which is why they come up. Tree frogs mainly go to the water in order to create mating calls, to mate or to accumulate water and… Read More
The rainforest has many trees. A desert has few trees. So it's not surprising that tree frogs live in the rainforest.
Many frogs mange to live in the desert. Here are some from Australia: Catholic frog, Flat-headed frog, Desert Tree Frog. There are more in deserts around the world.
Koalas live in a range of bushland habitats, as long as there are abundant eucalyptus trees of the sort they prefer. They cannot live in the desert or rainforest, as there are no eucalyptus trees in these habitats, and they cannot live in jungles as Australia does not have "jungles".
Sharks need water and cannot exist in a barren desert.
There are some kangaroos that live in semi-desert areas, and others that do not. So they are not exclusively desert animals, but can adapt to drier regions. They cannot live in sandy deserts.
frogs eat bugs
No they cannot. They depend on the desert to live.
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!
Yes, frogs are found almost everywhere between the Arctic and Antarctic Circles (with a few species beyond) except at the very high (over 3 miles) altitudes.
young frogs have to constantly be re-hydrated in a body of water.
usually, the frog would come from the nearest pond/lake. If there is not a nearby pong or lake, frogs would live near damp grounds, and would go hunting for food in wet weather.
Emus do not live in the desert. They live in grasslands and open bushland. Emus need a ready supply of good drinking water, whether it be creeks, rivers or waterholes. They cannot survive in the desert.
It doesn't. Koalas do not and cannot live in the Australian desert, because deserts do not support the type of eucalyptus tree koalas need for food and shelter. Koalas live in eucalyptus bushland - not the desert.
Petunias cannot live uncultivated in deserts. They can only survive if they have human care and water.
No, they cannot live in a savanna desert because there is no such place. There are deserts and there are savannas and each is a distinct biome. But a roadrunner could live in a savanna as a savanna is a grassland with few trees.
no, there normally no frogs or toads in a desert
Frogs do not do well in a desert unless there is a permanent water supply. They have very thin skin and can quickly dehydrate in the dry desert. They are adapted to moist or wet environments.
frogs do live on land. not all species of frogs live in water.
There are 216 species of native frog in Australia. Of these, there are 15 species of frog which live in the desert and arid regions.
A listing of animals who live in the desert can be found at the related link listed below. Some of the animals that live in the desert are camels, wind scorpion, bighorn sheep, coyote, desert tortoise, Rattlesnake, Roadrunner, fishes of various types (pupfish in the Death Valley desert), Hawks, Pelicans, Owls, Herons, Stocks, Toads, Frogs, Lizards, desert foxes, wolves, kestrels, jackrabbits, and cactus wrens. Also, snakes and lizards of various types. Plus, there is a… Read More
Because there is no water in polar regions
They do not usually live like frogs do, half on land and half in water. They much prefer to live on land, in dryer areas. They have skin that better holds in moisture, so they can actually live in the desert.
Most frogs hate streaming water since they cannot properly swim. Apart from that their skin is not suited for salt water, although some frogs are known to live and reproduce in brackish water.
A money plant can survive in deserts if it is near a pond where there is tree and enough rainfall. Ha Ha Ha. And that cannot happen. A money plant cannot live in a desert.
Frogs cannot talk.
Frogs hibernate when the temperature is less than 10 degress Celsius. They can hibernate at temperatures of -7 degrees Celsius at most and can survive in desert temperatures. The highest desert temperature is 49 degrees Celsius, so frogs can probably survive in that temperature. They have a bladder that stores water for them when in HI temperature so they can survive there. They have an ANTIFREEZE chemical element in their body so they can survive… Read More
Coyotes are a carnivore in the desert, also frogs and birds of prey.
Frogs live in every continent on earth. There are many species of frogs.