close
    what do the large numbers of frog eggs have to do twith the frogs fitness for life in the water

    During one mating of frogs, the female lays some 2,000 to 3,000 eggs in the water as the male sheds millions of sperm over them. How does these large numbers relate to the frogs fitness for life in the water

    0  Views: 1992 Answers: 3 Posted: 2 years ago
    Tags: frogs

    3 Answers

    The more there are , the better the chance of survival.
    Most are eaten by other forms of creatures.
    Such is life.
    mycatsmom
    right.Survival of the fittest. That's means the remaining frogs are the strongest and healthiest.

    I have bred frogs.  You need to do your water changes just as you always do.  If any of these eggs hatch you should have a product ready to feed them.  I have had the best luck with Algae wafers.  They are used to feed plecostomus, snails etc.  and they work extremely well for tadpoles.  You can also try Tabimin but the algae wafers are much better and cleaner.


    Algae wafers are made by Hikari or even Nutrimin.  I like Hakari better.


    When the tadpoles become frogs, feed them like their parents.

    Survival of the fittest.



    Top contributors in Uncategorized category

     
    Colleen
    Answers: 47705 / Questions: 111
    Karma: 949K
     
    ROMOS
    Answers: 16021 / Questions: 103
    Karma: 869K
     
    country bumpkin
    Answers: 7888 / Questions: 52
    Karma: 561K
     
    jhharlan
    Answers: 7876 / Questions: 163
    Karma: 498K
    > Top contributors chart

    Unanswered Questions

    Chaque Année tu améliorer ton score! vertalen
    Answers: 0 Views: 16 Rating: 0
    PUT HISTRY ON THE TOOL BAR
    Answers: 0 Views: 88 Rating: 0
    how do i get the configuration number for xbox
    Answers: 0 Views: 101 Rating: 0
    cannot view icons on tool bar
    Answers: 0 Views: 62 Rating: 0
    is spider solitaire available on Nintendo
    Answers: 0 Views: 72 Rating: 0
    How do I hook up my PC to my DVR
    Answers: 0 Views: 118 Rating: 0
    > More questions...