African Painted Frog. By: Kenzie. The body;. The shorter the body of the frog, the more simple its patterns on its back become. The older , the more complex designs are created. There skin has the ability to change colors.
patterns on its back become. The older ,
the more complex designs are created.
Since almost all living organisms need to be able to communicate, believe it or not, the African painted frogs can speak with other frogs.
When it calls, or speaks, it’s a very high pitched whistle sound, that they repeat. Until the message is understood.
They have a vocal sack, or they wouldn’t make sound productively.
When they call out to another frog, the vocal sack bulges out. As shown to your right.
♥Even if they are endangered , they still reproduce. They are endangered because
they are preyed upon by birds.
This species lays eggs to create more frogs. They lay anywhere from 300 to 400 eggs at a time. This way , they have some chance of getting babies.
The eggs are placed on wet leaves, roots, or stems. They are shaped like flat cakes.
Once the eggs hatch, the frogs go through metamorphosis. This can take anywhere from six to eight weeks until they are completely capable of dealing with the world.
1:How will not having this organism affect the environment?
2:How does having this organism affect the environment?
3:What is being done to protect this organism?
4:What needs to be done to increase the numbers of this organism in the environment?
5:How did this organism become endangered or extinct?