Presentation on theme: "By: Morgan Janovec. An interesting diet Frogs are mostly carnivores. Although some of them eat fruit. Different frogs have different ways of eating. Some."— Presentation transcript:
An interesting diet Frogs are mostly carnivores. Although some of them eat fruit. Different frogs have different ways of eating. Some frogs have a sit-and-wait diet. While some frogs are active predators. I hope you enjoy the rest of the powerpoint!!!!!!!!!!!!
Prey One weird thing is that frogs have no teeth. That means that it must be hard to grind up the food that they eat. Some people think that frogs eat vegetation. But they actually eat a fair amount of bugs and even snakes. But they can also be cannibals.
Prey Frogs hold on to their prey by their upper jaw. Their tongues take less than a second to roll out. A fact that I am really surprised about is that their eyes actually help them digest. They push their eyes through their skull to help them push their prey to their stomach. That’s why they seem to be blinking when they are eating
Predators Frogs use different ways to hide from predators such as camouflage, the famous poison dart frog method, and of course, the hopping. Their predators are snakes, foxes, bass, pike, hawks, dogs, seagulls, and many, many more. But these predators better watch out for the poisonous ones or else they’re in for a short snack.
Predators Frogs calls are not only for mating, but they are also warning calls. But sometimes the calls can lead right to the frog. One cool way that they can evade these predators is to show their bright colors(if they have them) to stun them for enough time to hop away. Some frog mothers have lots of babies so that there is more of a chance of a few of them surviving