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THE WOOD FROG BY: FAYE & MARK
Table of Contents Title Page Table of Contents Introduction What the Wood Frog Eats Tadpole Measurements About the Wood Frog Conclusion Bibliography
The Wood Frog There are many varieties of frogs. The frog we chose was the wood frog. De touts les différentes types de grenouilles. Nous avons choisi un type, the Wood frog.
THE WOOD FROG In our project we will be including things like it’s habitat, how it survives and other special features. Dans notre projet il ya les renseignements sur le habitat, comment elle suruit et les autres détails intéressants. We hope you enjoy our project. Nous espérons que vous vous amusez.
What the Wood Frog Eats They eat different types of insects such as : Flies Mosquitoe s Dragon Flies.
Tadpole Measurement Chart DateHeadTailTotal May 45mm 10mm May 166mm7mm13mm May 237mm15mm22mm June 45mm10mm15mm
THE WOOD FROG THE WOOD FROG CAN BE UP TO 2 INCHES IN BODY LENGTH. THE WOOD FROG HAS A 50 MM LONG BODY THAT MIGHT REACH 140 MM FROM it’s SNOUT TO ITS TOES. FEAMALES ARE LONGER THAN THE MALES. WOOD FROGS TEND TO BE MOTTED BROWN ( THE COLOR TO DEAD LEAVES). The color of the females are rusty red color Frogs have webbed feet. The wood frog is the most widely found amphibian in Manitoba. It is the only frog that can be found through out the province.
More About the Wood frog The call of the wood frog is like qourk, qourk, qourk. In the fall and the winter they don’t hide in the ground they freeze solid as a rock. The wood frog and other frogs have webbed feet and hands. After winter wood frogs get right to breeding. They start to breed at about mid April in the southern part of Manitoba Wood frog eggs can mature from eggs to transformed frogs in about 45 days.
Conclusion We hope you enjoyed all the facts about the Wood Frog. They can freeze solid as a rock in winter. C’est un peu difficile pour nous mais c’est aussi amusant. We hope you learned a little bit more about the Wood Frog, because it is a great amphibian.