POISON DART FROGS

Leroy Beasley

Poison Dart Frog

Did you know a Poison Dart Frogs have an awesome life cycle, habitat, and adaptations? A Poison Dart Frog goes through a life cycle. It is benefial for a Poison Dart Frog to live in a rainforest. As a result of a Poison Dart Frogs adaptations, they can stay safe. As you can see, there are many awesome topics about a Poison Dart Frog.

Adaptations

As a result of a Poison Dart Frogs adaptations, they are able to protect themselves. Poison Dart Frogs have toxins. This makes the animal unsafe for others, such as a predator, to touch it. Toxins can stun or kill a predator . The skin of most Poison Dart Frogs are very colorful. The bright skin warns enemies to stay away. Another adaptations is frogs have is long back legs. This helps them jump quickly. As you can see, a Poison Dart Frogs adaptations help them survive.

Habitat

I think it is benefial for a Poison Dart Frog to live in a rainforest. One reason is because it rains often in a rainforest which allows frogs to lay there eggs. In addition, the rain keeps an poison dart frog skin moist. Another reason is poison dart frogs need rain so they can have slime. As you can see, I feel it is beneficial for an poison dart frog to live in a rain forest. .
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Life Cycle of a Poison Dart Frog

Did you know a Poison Dart Frog goes through an amazing life cycle? First, eggs are laid in clumps or strings. Next, tadpoles mouth, tail, and external gills are developed. Tadpoles have teeth to help them chew away plants. Next, tiny legs start to form when the frog is six to nine weeks. After that, a froglet begins to look like a smaller version of an adult frog. Soon a froglet will leave the water to live on the ground. Finally, between 12 to 16 weeks a frog has completed its growth cycle and is an adult frog. As you can see, this is how a frog goes through their life cycle.