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Poison Dart Frog By Matthew Decker
There are five different groups of animals with Vertebrates. These classifications are: Mammals Mammals Fish Fish Reptiles Reptiles Birds Birds Amphibians Amphibians
My Animals Classification The Poison Dart Frog is a amphibian. The Poison Dart Frog is a amphibian. An amphibian is: A cold blooded animal A cold blooded animal At first it breathes in the water At first it breathes in the water As an adult it breathes air As an adult it breathes air
THE POISON DART FROG IS AN AMPHIBIAN BECAUSE IT LIVES PART OF ITS LIFE IN THE WATER AND PART OF ITS LIFE ON LAND.
Diagram of a Poison Dart Frog Poison Dart Frog
Poison Dart Frogs are small brightly colored Rainforest frogs that have extremely poisonous skin.
Poison Dart Frog The Poison Dart Frog has poisonous skin. They have glands in the skin that produce strong toxins.
The Poison Dart Frog Diet The poison Dart Frog eats insects and other small arthropods. It catches them with their long sticky tongue. They eat ants, termites, flies, small beetles, and spiders.
The Poison Dart Frog Life Cycle Like all amphibians frogs spend their lives near water because they must return to the water to lay their eggs. Frog eggs are laid in the water. Then they hatch into tadpoles.
Poison Dart Frogs Their poison is used by South American Indians for applying to the tips of their hunting arrows and blow gun darts.
Poison Dart Frogs The bright color of the Poison Dart Frogs warns predators that they are poisonous. Once a predator has even licked it, it gets very sick and will never eat one again.
I hope you enjoyed learning about the poison dart frog.