Frogs are very well-suited to their swampy and amphibious lifestyle. Their strong legs help them to swim quickly, their skin absorbs oxygen and moisture, and their long tongues catch insects from a safe distance.
Frogs have very small ears hidden at the back of their head. They have several eye lids, two of which are translucent or transparent or whatever, so they can see through them while underwater without getting dirt or debris in their eyes.
In addition, frogs have long, webbed hind feet, meaning they can jump and leap very far. They can be a variety of colors to blend in with their habitat, from greens and greys which help them blend in with trees, to reds, browns and yellows which help them blend in with dry leaves. Many species of frogs also have special suction caps on the undersides of their feet, to allow them to better grip surfaces.
Frogs have tiny teeth. These are not used to chew, but to grasp their prey, which can include other frogs, reptiles, birds, bats and other small mammals. They have large eyes which bulge out, enabling them to see in many directions at once. These eyes serve another function - when a frog swallows, its eyes close and retract into its head to help push the food down.
They are adapted to their aquatice life by having web feet, skin absorbs oxygen from the water gills during its larva stage has a tail while learning how to swim, when a frog is samerged in water.
They actually breathe through their skin, so they don't actually need to adapt. Plus, frogs are born in water, so that when they hatch, they are already in, which they need to be because they are born as tadpoles, which are little fish-like creatures. However, as they grow up, they evolve into frogs.
well it can not breath in the water but it can hold its breath for a longer time than we can . think of it like a dolphin they breath air but can go for a Weill without it:) except a frog can go on land.
A frog like all animals learn to adapt to their environment. In order to live in the water frogs must learn to breathe in oxygen using their skin cells, webbed feet that allow them to move through the water and an ability to adapt and avoid predators.
It has webbed feet
Permeable skin for easy gas exchange, strong legs and webbed feet to help it swim.
frogs have webbed feet, strong legs and they can hold their breath
Odd one is: Fish (can't live outside water!)Frog, Tortoise, Crab - can survive both in water as well as on land
The Panamanian golden frog is an endangered frog which is endemic to Panama
The male goliath frog builds a nest of rocks and gravel for the female to lay her eggs. They are also picky eaters so there are very few of them and they are only found in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea.
The front and hind legs and the normal body shape of a frog. BS
While it is possible a few tadpoles might survive they are not salt water animals. Living in salt water would be difficult in any who do survive it is doubtful a frog or toad would lay eggs in saltwater.
By their body color.It helps them blend in.
They don't, you have it the wrong way round. The structures in the mouth of a frog are adaptations that help it compete and SURVIVE. Structure do not lead to adaptation, structures ARE adaptations.
it can survive in water
It has to be in water to keep it moist to survive
some frogs and toads have camouflage but,some don't so they stay hidden at night
Yes. No frog can survive in salty water. Som live in brackish water though
Take one aspect of the frog habitat and alter it.
Of course. You should always read about your frog type before attempting to, but frogs can survive with tap water.
Frogs lay in water because when they lay their eggs they must lay them in the water because tadpoles cant survive on land. They can only survive in the water.
The rain forest is its habitat.
A frog is also called an amphibian. Amphibians are close to reptiles but are different in the sense that amphibians can survive on land and water.