The Poison Dart frog is a poisonous frog.It is one of the most poisunous.The Dart frog is very colorful and thats why I like it.This essay will tell the chararistics of the Poison Dart frog, its environment, and what they eat and how they get it. The Poison Dart frogs are very pretty looking frogs. They have very unique patterns like spots or stripes.They come in a variety of colors like orange,blue,yellow,green, and gold.They can only get to be about an inch long.Their skin is poisonous to the touch.Their skin is slippery and rubbery. The Poison Dart frog lives in a very small place.They live in northern South America.They live in the rainy rain forests.They live where it's warm and humid.It is always wet were they live.They live
Case: 15-012345 Frog Murder How to be a Forensic Evidence Technician We are going to be working on case 15-012345 today with Deputy Ferriter. Someone last night broke into the school and murdered a pet frog. We are going to be dusting for fingerprints, and walking you through the steps. Step 1: Find a substrate near the area that the criminal could have touched during the crime scene. Step 2: Take a brush and twirl it gently between your hands so the static electricity can move throughout the brush, after doing that, dip the brush gently into magnetic fingerprint dust.
This fungus found on the frogs is capable of moving on its own the fungus generate Microsoft sports with long skinny Tails these poor Pell's themselves through water and can be carried far long distance by streams are in runoffs after rain storms (Kolbert 33). Many since most of them were probably unknown to science (Kolbert p25). Kolbert studied several different theories about and the golden frog species disappearing BD fungus has also since arrived in Panama, from South Africa, and down the eastern coast of Australia, as a crossed into New Zealand, and Tanzania Etc. (Kolbert 30).This Mass extinction of the frog population subsequently shown that BD interferes with the frogs ability to take up critical electrolytes through their skin this is causes them to suffer and heart attack when exposed to light. There has not been no found cure for the BD fungus but know that bleach kills the fungus direct contact to
The Jararaca Pit Viper On page 26 of his book, The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon, David Grann presents information on the Jararaca pit viper. He stated that the Jararaca is the most venomous snake in the Americas. One bite will cause a person to bleed from the eyes and become a corpse piece by piece. I found this interesting because I had never heard of the Jararaca and would like to research more information about them. Throughout my essay I will discuss the physical description, mating and reproduction habits, and behavior of the Jararaca pit viper.
The bull frog has a long and fast tongue to catch their prey with. The bull frog is well populated I would say due to how many eggs they lay. The skin type is permeable. The craziest thing I have ever heard is that a bull frog can lay around 20,000 eggs, which is a lot of eggs which all them eggs float together.
The Cane toad also referred to as Rhinella Mirina is an invasive toad species that is native to subtropic South America. Although they are native to subtropical rain forests, they show a preference for areas modified by humans such as gardens and drainage ditches. These toads reproduce very rapidly and have very few predators due to the toxin present on their skin and parotoid glands behind their eyes. These toads are considered pests due to the havoc they wreck on the other species within the ecosystem.
Let’s start off with where it lives. It lives in wetlands, swamps and upland forests. They can be seen in Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Its habitat is a diversity of warm climates. They must live in an area with a fairly big water source
What do the Chelonia mydas call home? The Chelonia mydas don 't just call one place home they live all over. They prefer the tropical and warmer oceans and sandy shores. Green sea turtles live in almost all the oceans in the world excluding the oceans that are located in the colder regions (ex Arctic Ocean).
Around the world, poison frog populations have been declining due to unknown reasons. Two experiments were conducted promptly in order to find the cause of the disappearances. One hypothesis suggested that the poison frogs are in a decline because of an infectious fungus called chytrid fungus. On the contrary, another hypothesis alludes to the idea that decreasing leaf litter is causing the widespread decline. Although it seems that there are multiple reasons for the decline, it is unquestionable that, according to the data from the experiments, that leaf litter is one of the main components of the decreasing population of poison frogs, having multiple replicates of data is important in finding the answer to the decline, and that there is much more to investigate about this problem.
Manatees live in north american east coast, shallow slow moving rivers, saltwater bays, canals, and the coastal areas. They eat seagrass and freshwater vegetation. They are losing their habitats they really need to live. The migration route for a manatee in winter and summer is back and forth from the east and west coast of Florida.
Its native range extends from the central and eastern United States up into Southern Canada. But the frogs are now found from Nova Scotia to Central Florida, from the East coast of the U.S. to Wisconsin, across the Great Plains to the Rockies, as far west as California and Mexico, and even places like Hawaii, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Asia. It appears the species was introduced from its original habitat in North America in the early 1900s in Colorado and California and the introduction appears to have been accidental. Evidence suggests the frogs could have been introduced through trout streams and lakes during the Colorado Divisions of Wildlife fish stocking operations in the early 1900s, as bullfrogs have been known to invade fish hatchery ponds and leave their larvae to be stocked into ponds along with the
It is typically 1.5 to 5 inches in length. This is an issue because it is not native to North America. The treefrogs were brought to North America by ships travelling from the Caribbean. Since there are no predators to the animal the population has been able to spread all the up to North Florida and the Jacksonville region. People have reported that when the Cuban Tree Frogs appear on their property the population of native frogs, toads, lizards, spiders, and insects have severely dropped.
it lives in the tropics- South America to Florida” on page 393, meaning that the
Cane toads are an invasive species in Australia with a range of significant impacts on the Australian environment. They were introduced to Australia from Hawaii during 1935, and their population has since grown to approximately 200million, despite multiple attempts at controlling the growth. They primarily inhabit Queensland, New South Wales and Northern Territory. Adult cane toads are usually heavy-built and weigh an average of 1.8kg, with warty skin (wikipedia.org, 2015). They pose a risk to many large predators that are poisoned when they try to eat their highly toxic bodies (Shine, 2014).
Macee also researched other types of pollution that has caused disease and tumor growth in this species of turtles. She found that arginine build-up growing on algae in their habitats is poisoning these turtles and causing tumors due to increased arginine levels when the algae is ingested. She explained the effects all of this pollution had on sea turtles and inserted figure 1, which was found during her research and backs up her information. Bryson helped find information to back up our topic and conclude our subject at hand. He also wrote our conclusion based on the information that he gathered in his research.