April is National Frog Month. I’m not ribbiting you—it’s true! Check out these lesser-known frog facts and then leap into learning with a sampling of free frog-related activities found at themailbox.com. Last, but certainly not least, tell us if you’ll be investigating frogs this April!
Five Frog Facts
- Each frog species has a unique croak. There are more 5,000 different species!
- A frog’s sticky tongue is attached to the front of its mouth.
- Frogs live on every continent except Antarctica.
- Frogs use their eyes to help them swallow their food. (When a frog swallows its prey, it blinks, which pushes its eyeballs down on top of its mouth which helps push the food down its throat.)
- Frogs don’t need to drink water because they absorb water through their skin.
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Of course, there are lots more free frog activities at THEMAILBOX.COM!
“Hopping” to hear from you!
PS: Can you find the frog in the photo?