This is something I’ve always wondered. How can frogs breathe under water? I think it’s because they have a little bit of a special way of breathing where they suck in water to stay hydrated. But their lungs are fairly small, so maybe they can’t get enough air. Of course, I’m not a scientist, so I can’t prove it, but I’m pretty sure it can happen.
Ive always thought frogs breathing under water would sound like, “Oh, no. It’s a water pipe,” but that’s just me. The water in the pipe is so shallow that it would be really hard to breathe out of water. It’s also so shallow, so I dont see the need to have a long hair in the water in front of you, so you dont have to do it.
There are many, many things that can make breathing difficult, not the least of which is a broken water pipe. So if your frogs can get dehydrated, how do you expect them to breathe under water? The answer is that they do have a choice. If they decide to breathe under water, then they will take up water as well, so they will need to take a drink. But if they decide not to, then they can get dehydrated and die.
As you can see from this picture, frogs are one of the only creatures that can survive underwater without having a mouth. So that, plus the fact that they can breathe, makes them a likely candidate to take up water and survive underwater.
Some people think that frogs can breathe underwater. For the record, I think it is most likely that they can breathe in the air, but the water will make them dehydrated, and the air will make them sick. It’s a tricky situation, but it does seem likely that they will survive.
At least frogs can be found in a few national parks and rivers. There was a frog that was found in a large lake in Indiana in the 1930s.
There are a few frogs that can be found in New England’s Long Island Sound, but the species are not endangered.