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Transcript of Organism Profile
They hibernate in piles of leaves, compose piles, or mud for months during winter.
They do not eat at all during the mating season.
The females are larger than the males.
References Beltz, Ellin (2005). Frogs: Inside their remarkable world. Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books Inc. Figure 5 frogs Body Green Frog. (2010). Green frog in FRW. [Photograph]. Retrieved May 14, 2013 from http://www.frw.ca/rouge.php?ID=108 Moncrieff, Chris. (2005). Common Frog Eating. [Photograph]. Retrieved May 14, 2013 from http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-images-common-frog-eating-image1460714 Frog diagram. (2006). Frog Diagram. [Photograph]. Retrieved May 14, 2013 from http://www.freewebs.com/worldchatz/FrogDiagram.jpg Brown, David. (2006). Common Frog at Etherley Moor. [Photograph]. Retrieved May 16, 2013 from http://www.freewebs.com/worldchatz/FrogDiagram.jpg Sensory This frog is equipped with
a lateral-line organ. With this, the frog can sense movement within the water or at the surface. They share this trait with other amphibians and fish. THIS FROG, NOR ANY OTHER FROG IN EXISTENCE HAS THE ABILITY TO CAUSE HUMANS WARTS!! Hofrichter, Robert (2000). Amphibians: The world of frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts. Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books Inc. Laurila, A., Pierre-Andre Crochet, & Merila, J. (2001). Predation-induced effects on hatchling morphology in the common frog (rana temporaria). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 79(5), 926-930. continue to view!