In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Bobs Robber Frog in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw a Bobs Robber Frog - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: Bob’s Robber Frogs are amphibians that live in Panama. Most frogs start life as a tadpole, but robber frogs are born as frogs. Bob’s robber frogs are listed as an endangered species. To draw a Bob’s robber frog, start by making an upside ‘U’ shape that has bumps for the eyes and nose.
Step 2: Then add a large eye with a small line for the frog’s eyelid. Robber frogs have black eyes.
Step 3: Draw a bumpy line for the frog’s back. Robber frogs have very bumpy backs.
Step 4: Now, draw the frog’s front leg and add some long toes for his foot. Frogs have webbed feet that help them swim through the water.
Step 5: Next, draw the frog’s hind legs. Make two lines that are parallel to each other and form a large squashed ‘S’ shape. Add more long toes, and add a sideways ‘U’ shape to make the edge of the other back leg.
Step 6: Add some small ovals and shapes to make the spots on the frog. Add some long curving lines for stripes on his back. Now your frog is done! The robber frog is a muddy brown color with green, yellow, and sometimes even orange markings on his back.
Interesting Facts about Bob’s Robber Frogs
Bob’s Robber Frogs are amphibious, meaning they live both on land in water. They live near ponds, rivers, and lakes so they can go for a swim whenever they feel like it. These frogs are big swimmers, but unlike you they have webbed toes that look like the flippers you use in the pool. These webbed toes help them swim faster and easier.
Did you know?
- Bob’s Robber Frogs are born as frogs instead of having to be tadpoles first.
- These frogs are considered endangered.
- Panama is where these frogs call home.
- They are said to be medium or large frogs depending on which one is measured.
- The frogs are brown with yellow, green, or orange spots.
- They have really bumpy backs, but the male frogs are even bumpier than the female frogs.
It isn’t likely that you will see one of these hopping around your backyard. Many people are working hard to save these frogs. There is a chance that sometime soon there will be no more Bob’s Robber Frogs hoping anywhere. So if you do see one make sure to catch them on camera, but not in your hands!