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X-ray of a frog Featured Related Images Print

X-ray of a frog

Frog. X-ray of a frog (family Ranidae). The frog's semi-circular jawbone gives it a wide gape for capturing prey with its tongue. The strong limb bones are adapted for powerful jumping and swimming. The forelimbs are attached to a fused shoulder girdle to take the impact of landing after a jump. The three pelvic bones are also fused, providing a fixed pivot from which the long hindlegs can kick. The rear toes are elongated and webbed to assist with swimming

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Madagascan mantella (Mantella madagascariensis) Featured Related Images Print

Madagascan mantella (Mantella madagascariensis)

Madagascan mantella (Mantella madagascariensis) a colourful rainforest inhabitant that retains toxins in its skin from the insects it eats. It is threatened by loss of habitat. Madagascar

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The Tiny Wallum Sedge Frog Featured Related Images Print

The Tiny Wallum Sedge Frog

The tiny sedgefrog hiding in the undergrowth of plants growing in a pond. (Litoria olongburensis) ? also known as the sharp-snouted reed frog. It is one of a group of frogs that depend on lowland wallum habitat. Wallum is the aboriginal name for the banksia Banksia aemula that usually dominates the sandy soils of coastal southern Queensland and New South Wales