The American bullfrog is the largest frog species in North America. They are not picky eaters, this species will eat any animal they can capture and swallow, including worms, insects, crayfish, fish, other frogs (including other bullfrogs), snakes, small turtles, and even small mammals and birds. #Animaloftheweek http://ow.ly/dLAzd
These small and amazing animal images open the door to fabulous discussions with students! Talk about how animals are born/fed/grow! Talk about how a species must care for the little ones (including tiny humans)! Your imagination - and your students' imaginations - can take this in so many directions! Happy teaching!
Dendrobates tinctorius also known by the common name Dyeing Dart Frog, is a species of Poison dart frog. It is the third largest species, reaching lengths of 5cm . This species is distributed throughout the eastern portion of the Guiana Shield, including parts of Guyana, Suriname, Brazil, and nearly all of French Guiana. Like most species of the genus Dendrobates, D. tinctorius is a mildly toxic species of poison dart frog.
Ok, how unique ooking is this creature?! Waxy Monkey Tree Frog (Phyllomedusa sauvagii), is a hylid frog belonging to the subfamily of South and Central American leaf frogs, Phyllomedusinae that inhabits the Chaco (dry prairie) of Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay. The subfamily consists of around 50 species in three well-known genera, Phyllomedusa, Agalychnis and Pachymedusa. The vast majority of known species, including Phyllomedusa sauvagei, belong to the Phyllomedusa genus.