How much do you know about frog skin? One of the following statements does not come from allaboutfrogs.org and is not true. Which is it?
- Frogs don’t usually swallow water; instead, they absorb most of the moisture they need through their skin.
- In addition to the oxygen they get through their lungs, frogs take in more oxygen from water by absorbing it through their skin.
- Frog skin needs to be wet to absorb oxygen — which is why frogs secrete a mucus that makes their skin moist and slimy.
- Frogs shed their skin regularly — in some cases weekly, in others daily — to keep it healthy.
- Once frogs shed their skin, they bury it in the pond’s mud.
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