So the frog can see prey and preditors on bothsides of its body with ease. frogs have eyes on the top of their head so the do not have to expose themselve to predators if they want to look around
The positioning of a frog's eyes constitutes an adaptive advantage for the species in two ways. First, it enables a frog to see in an 160-degree arc, which is much wider than most other animals, and enables to frog to spot predators quickly. Second, the frog is able to hide most of its body under water or within soil or other ground cover while maintaining visual connection with its surroundings. This, too, affords the frog an outstanding survival advantage.
The eyes of a frog are on top of their head so they can detect predators from above. Since frogs live in the water or on the ground, the danger always come from above. In treefrogs, the eyes are positioned rather on the sides of the head.
Because the frog cant bear to see your hideous facial features.
The frog likes to be in water and eyes on the top of the head help to see what is coming. Crocodiles also have them there.
A frogs eyes are on the side of its head which means they are suited to watching out for predators that might harm it rather than looking out for prey, the positioning of the frogs eyes give it a wide field of vision.
the have tad polis
They have long toungs to where they can catch their prey
Frog Eyes was created in 2001.
A frog can partially submerge itself and still see out of the water.
Frog's eyes help the frog to swallow.
the species of frog contains a set of two eyes.
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Rapid uncoiling of its long, sticky tongue allows a frog to capture its prey.
Human eyes are positioned on the sides of the nose, 1/3 of the way down the face. The frogs are positioned on the top 1/3 - enabling them to look out of the water without coming all the way out. The bulge also assists them in looking all directions at once. The frog's eyes also make it swallow. This is why they blink and pull their eyes in when eating food.