Unformatted text preview: No matter what the weather, be it desert or the artic, we have amphibians all over the world. The desert frog lives in a bag, which is like a cocoon, for seven years up until it rains again. Once it feels the rain coming, it will brake the cocoon, which is the first food it eats. As for the Artic frog, during the very cold time of the year, the frog will freeze itself, actually stopping its heart. To keep it alive, the frog will produce its own antifreeze. Even though most of us classify a frog or toad as a precious little amphibian, deep in the Amazon there are frogs whose skin is so toxic it could take the lives of thousands. Some of the tribes, who live in the Amazon, use this to their advantage, by catching the frog and extracting the poison to put on their darts for hunting....
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2010 for the course BUS 255 taught by Professor Mcgee during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.
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