What do frogs do in winter

What do frogs do in winter

What do the frog sleep or swim in the swamp
Swim in the swamp
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Butterfly
Butterfly
Answered on December 9, 2016 08:20
In the northern countries with the onset of cold weather, frogs dive into ponds, burrow into sludge and remain there for the whole winter. Ponds do not freeze through even in the coldest winters, so frogs do not freeze either. Frogs are amphibians, they belong to the kind of cold-blooded creatures that live both in water and on land. When amphibians take the ambient temperature and become colder, they need very little oxygen, because they require little food. Therefore, frogs can remain under water almost without breathing air. There is a certain amount of oxygen in the water, and it is sufficient for frogs in winter. This oxygen enters through the skin. Sometimes frogs spend winters in burrows in the soft soil of their shores or hide under stones.

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