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Dwarf African Frog Jeopardy CharacteristicsHabitatBehaviorFacts 10 20 30 40 Created by Mr. Averbeck…The best 4 th grade teacher ever!
African Dwarf Frogs have the ability To change _________ to protect themselves. Color
Dwarf African Frogs Are ________-blooded. Cold
Animal with a backbone are Called ______________. Vertebrates
How many toes on the Dwarf African Frog have claws? Three toes
An animal’s _________ is its Total surroundings. This includes all living and nonliving things around it. Environment
The __________ is the thin layer of air, soil, water, and space where life lives on Earth. Biosphere
Dwarf African Frogs are found in the forests of ___________ and in the lower Congo River area. Zaire
The area that fills an animal’s need for food, water, shelter and space is its __________. Habitat
Dwarf African Frogs will sometimes _______ their skin for its nutrients. Eat
_______ means to breathe air at the water’s surface. Burble
The DAF will sometimes eat their Skin for what nutrient? Protein
DAF’s hatch as tadpoles from moist, __________ eggs. Unshelled
____________ live part of their lives on land and part in water. Amphibians
Totally aquatic frogs with eyelids that don’t move and without tongues are called __________. Pipids
Amphibian is a Greek word meaning ______________. Double Life
_____ means to shed. Molt
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