Tree Frog Chill Out to Collect Precious Water

This article is about how Tree Frogs in Australia keep themselves alive during the drought seasons. Like most frogs, these frogs need water to stay alive and they have their own special way of doing this. At night, the frogs will go out into the cool, Australian weather and then back into their warm burrows in the trees. Condensation them forms on their bodies and water is stored in their systems.

To learn more about this amazing for of survival these frogs use to not go instinct, click here.

Daniella Almanza – Chapter 4

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