Deadly Poison Dart Frogs
Poison Dart Frog
Did you know a Poison Dart Frog has an interesting diet, adaptations and habitat? A Poison Dart Frog eats many small bugs. There are many adaptations a Poison Dart Frog has that allows them to do many things. It would be very harmful for a Poison Dart Frog to live in the desert. They need to live in a warm and wet habitat. As you can see, there is interesting information about a Poison Dart Frog.
A Poison Dart Frog eats many different types of tiny bugs. In the wild, these frogs eat spiders, termites, ants, and beetles. They find these bugs on the floor of the tropical rain forest. Their long sticky tongues allow the Poison Dart Frog to catch its prey. They also have excellent vision which allows them to find these tiny bugs. As you can see, a Poison Dart Frog eats many types of tiny bugs and has different physical features to help catch them.
A Poison Dart frog can do many interesting things because of their adaptations. Poison Dart frogs have toxins. Toxins are poison made by living things. These toxins make frogs unsafe for other animals to eat. Frogs use these toxins to stay safe. A frog has bright colored skin. This is a warning for other animals to stay away because they have toxins. A poison dart frog also has long back leg these long back leg allow them to jump far. As you can see a Poison Dart frog benefits from its adaptations.
I think it would be harmful for a Poison Dart Frog to live in the desert. Poison Dart Frogs need a warm and wet habitat. The desert is hot and dry. The desert has little to no water and Poison Dart Frogs need a pool of water to lay their eggs. Poison Dart Frogs will have a difficult time finding food such as ants, beetles, and termites in the desert because there are not many trees. As you can see, I strongly believe it is harmful for a Poison Dart Frog to live in the desert.