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Amazon Glass Frog

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Lom Ran

on 28 July 2013

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Transcript of Amazon Glass Frog

The Amazing Amphibians of the Rainforest
Why Are They Endangered
What Do They Look Like?
Glass Frog Eggs
They eat small insects, leaves, and
Amazon Glass Frogs are endangered because of their habitat. Because of Global Warming, the rainforests are becoming too dry. Amazon Glass Frogs are dying off. Less than 3,000 are left in the world. Amazon Glass Frogs are freshwater animals. Deforestation, Pollution also kill off the frogs. Glass frogs got onto the list in 2004.
What Do They Eat?
Amazon Glass Frog
Where Do They Live?
Amazon Glass Frogs or centrolene-pipilatum (sometimes called Amazon Giant Glass Frogs) live in Central and South America. They live up high in the mountains of the rainforests. These are called "cloud forests"
Glass Frogs are lime green, and have transparent bellies, for camouflaging reasons. average glass frogs can be up to 0.78. Big frogs can be up to 3 cm.
What can we do?
Many people can do things to prevent the species to go extinct. Some things include not emitting fossil fuels into the air and stop polluting. These actions would stop global warming.
sometimes their own babies.





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Music- Piano Guys Titanium/Pavane
Amazon Glass frogs are known

to lay their eggs on a leaf on top of freshwater. When the eggs hatch, the tadpoles fall into the water. In the video below you can see the tadpoles swim around in the eggs.
Thanks For Watching
The Amazon Glass Frogs are being researched currently, Therefore some information is not available.
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