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Frog Species: In a lot of frog species, the males are single fathers, caring for the eggs and sometimes the tadpoles of the females they mate with.
Frog Species: In a lot of frog species, the males are single fathers, caring for the eggs and sometimes the tadpoles of the females they mate with.

In a lot of frog species, the males are single fathers, caring for the eggs and sometimes the tadpoles of the females they mate with.

Frog Species: 106 different frog species from Madagascar. This represents only a fraction of the frog species in Madagascar, most of which remain undescribed.
Frog Species: 106 different frog species from Madagascar. This represents only a fraction of the frog species in Madagascar, most of which remain undescribed.

106 different frog species from Madagascar. This represents only a fraction of the frog species in Madagascar, most of which remain undes...

Frog Species: 106 different frog species from Madagascar. This represents only a fraction of the frog species in Madagascar, most of which remain undescribed.
Frog Species: 106 different frog species from Madagascar. This represents only a fraction of the frog species in Madagascar, most of which remain undescribed.

106 different frog species from Madagascar. This represents only a fraction of the frog species in Madagascar, most of which remain undes...

Frog Species: Newly discovered Pinocchio frog species has a strange and adorable pointy nose
Frog Species: Newly discovered Pinocchio frog species has a strange and adorable pointy nose

Newly discovered Pinocchio frog species has a strange and adorable pointy nose

Frog Species: I FROGS Frogs are amphibians-a class of animals best known for living in both water and land. Amphibians have no hair or scales, and generally reproduce by laying eggs under water. Unlike warm-blooded humans, amphibians are cold-blooded, meaning their temperature changes based on the temperature of their surroundings. Here are some facts and stats about the amazing, amphibious frog. Kingdom Animalia Chordata Subclass er Lissamphibia THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN Frogs are the only amphibians without a tail. Their scientific order, Anura, means "tailless"in Ancient Greek. Their eardrums are located outside their bodies, just behind Frogs have exceptional night vision and are highly sensitive to movement. Their bulging eyes, which sit high on their heads, allow them to see in almost all directions. tir eyes., Frogs drink and breathe through their skin. They have thin, moist skin that gases can easily penetrate. Although frogs have lungs, they depend on additional oxygen absorbed through their skin, especially when swimming underwater. FROGS TOADS Frogs rely on their eyes to swallow food. They push meals down their throats by sinking their eyes down, into their skulls, which applies pressure on the roof of their mouths. .-- 、、--.. .. i I There isn't one. Toads are frogs! "Toad often references a frog that has particularly dry and warty skin. Transparent inner eyelids, known as nictitating membranes, protect their eyes when swimming underwater. HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE! Most male frogs possess vocal sacs, flexible membrane pouches that, when filled with air, amplify calls they make to attract potential mates. FROGS NO FROGS i There are over 4,000 known species of frog living on every continent except Antarctica. They thrive in a wide range of environments: from tropical forest to frozen tundra to desert. Frog skin can be bumpy. Some of these glands which lubricate glands which produce I i l are mucous or Coloring is determined by chromatophores pigment-containing cells that are layered in the skin. By manipulating and moving dark pigment found in certain cells, many frog species can adjust the brightness of their skin. SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE The West African goliath frog can grow to 15 inches and weigh as much as 7 pounds. poisons to protect them i Webbed feet help frogs swim by pushing water away, propelling them faster through the water I i l i The Cuban tree toad typically grows to only half an inch. I GROW, TADPOLE, GROW! Most frogs hatch as fish-like larvae known as tadpoles. At this early stage, most species live exclusively in water (though there are some terrestrial tadpoles). Tadpoles eventually transform into froglets in a process known as metamorphosis. Depending on the species, this process can take days or even years. Here's a breakdown of the typical life cycle. TOTALLY OLD SCHOOL ay da Scientists believe the earliest known frogs date back about 250 million years-toa time when dinosaurs were still roaming 6 i da the earth. 70 da A group of frogs A group of toads are referred to as |are referred to as day 7,300 an army a knot. Frogs in captivity have been known to live more than 20 years. Many species of frog can jump more than twenty times their body length... NATURE" @2012 THIRTEEN ALL RIGHTS RESERVED www.PBSDRGNATuRE SOURCE: AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Frog Species: I
 FROGS
 Frogs are amphibians-a class of animals best known for living in both water and land.
 Amphibians have no hair or scales, and generally reproduce by laying eggs under water.
 Unlike warm-blooded humans, amphibians are cold-blooded, meaning their temperature
 changes based on the temperature of their surroundings. Here are some facts and stats
 about the amazing, amphibious frog.
 Kingdom
 Animalia
 Chordata
 Subclass
 er
 Lissamphibia
 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
 Frogs are the only
 amphibians without a
 tail. Their scientific order,
 Anura, means "tailless"in
 Ancient Greek.
 Their eardrums are
 located outside their
 bodies, just behind
 Frogs have exceptional night vision and are
 highly sensitive to movement. Their bulging
 eyes, which sit high on their heads, allow them
 to see in almost all directions.
 tir eyes.,
 Frogs drink and breathe
 through their skin. They have
 thin, moist skin that gases can
 easily penetrate. Although
 frogs have lungs, they depend
 on additional oxygen absorbed
 through their skin, especially
 when swimming underwater.
 FROGS
 TOADS
 Frogs rely on their eyes to
 swallow food. They push meals
 down their throats by sinking
 their eyes down, into their
 skulls, which applies pressure on
 the roof of their mouths.
 .--
 、、--.. ..
 i
 I
 There isn't one. Toads are frogs! "Toad
 often references a frog that has particularly
 dry and warty skin.
 Transparent inner eyelids, known as
 nictitating membranes, protect their
 eyes when swimming underwater.
 HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE!
 Most male frogs possess vocal
 sacs, flexible membrane
 pouches that, when filled with
 air, amplify calls they make to
 attract potential mates.
 FROGS NO FROGS
 i
 There are over 4,000 known species of
 frog living on every continent except
 Antarctica. They thrive in a wide range
 of environments: from tropical forest to
 frozen tundra to desert.
 Frog skin can be
 bumpy. Some of these
 glands which lubricate
 glands which produce
 I
 i
 l
 are mucous
 or
 Coloring is determined by chromatophores
 pigment-containing cells that are layered in the skin.
 By manipulating and moving dark pigment found
 in certain cells, many frog species can adjust the
 brightness of their skin.
 SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE
 The West African
 goliath frog can grow
 to 15 inches and
 weigh as much as
 7 pounds.
 poisons to protect them
 i
 Webbed feet help frogs swim by pushing
 water away, propelling them faster
 through the water
 I
 i
 l
 i
 The Cuban tree
 toad typically grows
 to only half an inch.
 I
 GROW, TADPOLE, GROW!
 Most frogs hatch as fish-like larvae known as tadpoles. At this early stage, most species live exclusively in water (though there are some terrestrial
 tadpoles). Tadpoles eventually transform into froglets in a process known as metamorphosis. Depending on the species, this process can take days or
 even years. Here's a breakdown of the typical life cycle.
 TOTALLY OLD SCHOOL
 ay
 da
 Scientists believe the earliest known frogs
 date back about 250 million years-toa
 time when dinosaurs were still roaming
 6
 i
 da
 the earth.
 70
 da
 A group of frogs A group of toads
 are referred to as |are referred to as
 day
 7,300
 an army
 a knot.
 Frogs in captivity have been known
 to live more than 20 years.
 Many species of frog can jump more than twenty times their body length...
 NATURE"
 @2012 THIRTEEN
 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
 www.PBSDRGNATuRE
 SOURCE: AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Frog Species: New frog species discovered in biodiversity hotspot in India β€’ Earth.com
Frog Species: New frog species discovered in biodiversity hotspot in India β€’ Earth.com

New frog species discovered in biodiversity hotspot in India β€’ Earth.com

Frog Species: Endangered frog species may be on rebound - The Johns Hopkins News ...
Frog Species: Endangered frog species may be on rebound - The Johns Hopkins News ...

Endangered frog species may be on rebound - The Johns Hopkins News ...

Frog Species: IMAGE Newly discovered frog species looks like Kermit - CNN
Frog Species: IMAGE
Newly discovered frog species looks like Kermit - CNN

Newly discovered frog species looks like Kermit - CNN

Frog Species: New frog species looks like Kermit - Business Insider
Frog Species: New frog species looks like Kermit - Business Insider

New frog species looks like Kermit - Business Insider