Published on January 8, 2008
Green Tree Frog: Green Tree Frog By Cassie Classification Description Habitat Diet Reproduction Enemies Special Features Conclusion Slide2: The frog comes from the Amphibians group. It’s scientific name is Litoria Caerular. The frog is a verterbrate, which means it has a backbone. There are more than 4,000 species. They have a sort of double life. Slide3: Frogs are cold blooded creatures. They have moist smooth hairless skin. They have strong back legs, and two short front legs. The colour can come in all sorts. Amphibians have no tail. They have four legs. Frogs have soft toes, and no nails. Slide4: They live near human dwellings, in windows or inside houses , eating insects drawn by the light. Frogs live in tree tops in forests where it is cool. The frog breathes by gills in water, and breathes by lungs on land. Slide5: They eat insects, spiders, smaller frogs and smaller mammals. Slide6: Frogs lay eggs in water and comes back to land. They go through a life cycle, called Metamorphosis. Tadpoles emerge from eggs. They grow legs and finally lose there tails. The tadpole has turned into a frog. The adult is very different from its young. Slide7: The enemies of the frog are snakes, lizards, birds and the sun. I think the sun is the frog’s enemy because, if the frog gets hot in the sun he will die. Slide8: The word Amphibians come from the word ‘’both’’ and ‘’live’’. They spend parts of their life in water and part on land. Frogs absorb water threw their skin. Slide9: I like the frog because they feel so smooth, and funny. We need to save this animal otherwise it will become extinct.