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Transcript of Tree Frogs
Ms. Webb's Class
What is a Tree Frog?
''Tree frogs are small amphibians that have a claw-shaped toe on their feet and sticky toe pads. Both of these things make it easier for the tree frog to climb. There are more than 800 different kinds of tree frogs and they come in all sorts of colors and sizes.''
The Color of Tree Frogs
"Most tree frogs in the United States are green, brown, or gray.
Tropical rainforests, like the Amazon, they may come in bright colors such as orange, yellow, and even blue!
They usually do a great job of blending in with the environment using camouflage. Some species are even able to change color like chameleons to assist in disappearing from predators."
Size of Tree Frogs
"Most tree frogs are less than 5 inches long and could fit in the palm of your hand. The smallest tree frog is less than an inch long! "
Habitat of a Tree Frog
"Tree frogs can be found all over the world, except for Antarctica. The majority of the species live in Central and South America, where they make their home in the rainforest. A lot of these frogs live in trees and are great jumpers!
Even though the word 'tree' is in their name, not all tree frogs live in trees. Some species make their homes in a pond or near other wet ground."
Tree Frog Video
Tree Frog Sounds
Students will color their frog and write 5 facts about tree frogs they learned today on there tree branches.
Two facts must be ones they learned in the prezi and 3 facts they must research on their own.