In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Rabbs Fringe Limbed Treefrog in 9 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Rabbs Fringe Limbed Treefrog.
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How to Draw a Rabbs Fringe Limbed Treefrog - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: Let's draw the Rabb's Fringe-limbed Treefrog! To start, us e a rounded rectangular shape for the head. Leave plenty of space open for the body, and two large bumps coming off the top for the eyes. This frog's head is wider than the rest of its' body!
Step 2: Now, add a line almost all the way through the head for the mouth. Under that, draw a small curved line for the neck.
Step 3: For the eyes, draw two on large circle inside the head with another circle inside. Next to that, draw a curved line. Then, add another bump coming off the right side of the head and add another circle inside.
Step 4: Draw the back of the frog by making a curvy line behind the head that goes downward in the back.
Step 5: For the first front leg, drawtwo curved lines with two four stubby toes at the ends.
Step 6: To draw the second front leg, draw an elbow macaroni shape with three large toes at the end.
Step 7: Now, draw a long curve for the tummy.
Step 8: Add two small bumps under the belly to show the first hind leg.
Step 9: Finally, add the last hind leg behind the frog my drawing a large circle on the top and more toes underneath. This frog uses its' large toes and webbing to glide down the stumps of trees! This frog is brown with white spots all over its' body.
Interesting Facts about the Rabb’s Fringe-Limbed Treefrog
The Rabb’s Fringe-Limbed Treefrog is a frog that is slightly on the larger side and lives in the forests of central Panama. The Rabb’s Fringe-Limbed Treefrog is amazing for many reasons, one of which being that it can glide by spreading all four of their webbed feet while jumping from high locations. Its feet, in comparison to the rest of its body are huge, which in addition to the webbing, is why it can glide so well!
Did you know?
- The male Rabb’s Fringe-Limbed Treefrog is the one that is in charge or guarding and taking care of their young.
- They are also responsible for getting the food.
- These awesome frogs are the only species of frog where their tadpoles get nutrition from feeding on the skin cells from their father.
- Currently, there is only one known Rabb’s Fringe-Limbed Treefrog still living, a male, whose home is at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
- The head of the Rabb’s Fringe-Limbed Treefrog is actually wider than the rest of it’s body!
This species of frog wasn’t even discovered until 2005! That shows how even though we have been studying animals and the world for a long time, there is always more to learn!