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Tree frogs powerpoint


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Tree frogs powerpoint

  1. 1. Tree Frogs
  2. 2. Habitat • As the name suggests, tree frogs spent almost all their adult life in trees. • Because they have to be supported by the branches and twigs of trees, they are usually tiny. • The biggest tree frogs grow up to 10cm long.
  3. 3. Their Life Tree frogs live longer than normal frogs, up to 16 years. Like normal frogs, they also start off as a tadpole.
  4. 4. Variations • There are lots of different types of tree frogs. To see more about the red-eyed tree frog, click here: • ed-eyed-tree-frog/#red-eyed-tree-frog-on- leaves.jpg
  5. 5. Sleeping habits • Lots of tree frogs are nocturnal, which means they are asleep in the day and awake at night.
  6. 6. Sounds • Click here to hear what a tree frog sounds like: • Pc0c
  7. 7. Camouflage • Many tree frogs can change their colour for better camouflage. This protects them from predators and means they can catch insects to eat more easily. • For instance, the grey tree frog can change its colour from green to grey to yellow.
  8. 8. Diet • As tadpoles, most of them start off their lives as herbivores, only eating plants. • Adult tree frogs are insectivores that eat flies, ants, crickets, beetles, moths, and other small invertebrates.