Poison Dart Frog
Poison Dart Frog
Did you know a Poison Dart Frog goes through a life cycle and has an interesting diet and habitat? Poison Dart Frogs travel through an interesting life cycle. Poison Dart Frogs have a similar diet to an Amazon Horned Frog. Also, I think it would be harmful for a Poison Dart Frog to live in the desert. As you can see, there are many interesting things about a Poison Dart Frog.
Did you know that a Poison Dart Frog travels through an interesting life cycle? First, an egg hatches and a tadpole comes out. After 6-9 weeks, a frog beings to grow legs and arms. Its tail starts to shrink and a tadpole turns into a little frog. This little frog changes into an adult frog by developing brightly colored skin. As you can see, a Poison Dart Frog travels through a life cycle.
Have you ever wondered how to the diet of a Poison Dart Frog is similar and different from the diet of an Amazon Horned Frog? Both the Poison Dart Frog and the Amazon Horned Frog eat ants. Poison Dart Frogs also eat termites, spiders, and beetles. This is different from an Amazon Horned Frog who will eat any animal smaller than them. Poison Dart Frogs use their long sticky tongues to catch their prey. Amazon Horned Frogs snap heir jaw to catch their prey. As you can see, Poison Dart Frogs and Amazon Horned Frogs diets are the same and different.
In my opinion it would be harmful for a Poison Dart Frog to live in the desert. This is because they would have a hard time laying their eggs. There is not enough water in the desert for a Poison Dart Frog to survive. Another reason is that Poison Dart Frogs need their skin to stay moist. They would not have enough water to do this if they lived in the desert. As you can see, I do not think it would be beneficial for a Poison Dart Frog to live in the desert.