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green Tree frog . <33 x
Transcript of green Tree frog . <33 x
The Green Tree Frog is found in habitats ranging from the coast to dry inland. It has a very big range across the northern parts of Australia in many different habitats. Q2:
My animal is a very bright green colour. It has yellow colourd eyes, with black squinty pupils. they have very small legs that cling onto twigs and tree's. Q3:
The green tree frog is found in places that are damp, and moist such as damns, swomps, rainforest or even in tree stumps. Q4:
Frogs eat cockroaches, spiders, flies and crickets, and sometimes they even eat mice if it comes to that resource. They catch the bugs with their sticky tongue. Q5:
The green tree frog is not exacly endangerd yet but soon will be due to human construction and a fungus that affects their skin badly. Humans are not dedicating time to look after these amphibians as they are more worried about the animals that are already endangerd. Video Central! Q6:
The green tree frog is a victumn by many other animals. These include most climbing snakes, cane toads, the spotted quoll (tiger quoll) and birds such as kookaburras and owls. Q7:
Green tree frogs use their bright green skin as camoflage techneique as they blend in with their green, mossy envirnment. Other Interesting facts. ? The green tree frog has large disc like structures on the ends of their fingers and toes to assist climbing.
-Green tree frogs have large eyes to see and hunt in the dark The green tree frog has large disc like structures on the ends of their fingers and toes to assist climbing.
-Green tree frogs have large eyes to see and hunt in the dark