FOOTAGE OF FROG HOPPING RIGHT TO LEFT ON BLUE SCREEN.
Frog belongs to the Rana genus that contains a big list of different frog species such as the Long-legged wood frog, American bullfrog, and Northern red-legged frog, just to name a few.
Shape and design are very different for each type of frog as there are over 5,000 species of frog in the world.
- Tomato Frog: The males are yellow-orange, while the females are bright red-orange.
- Blue Dart Frog: Have a blue-black skin color with a bright yellow ring around the head and back.
- African Bull Frog: African bull frogs have an olive-green skin color.
Frogs are predator species. They eat small mammals like flies, lizards, snails, snakes, etc.
Frogs don’t need to drink water as they naturally absorb it through their skin.
They are native animals of places and areas that have a water source, they are almost in every environment.
Like the shape and color, Frog’s size and weight vary depending on the frog type:
Goliath: They are 16.7 in (42.5 cm), and weigh 6.17lbs (2.8kg).
Poison Dart Frog: They are 1.47 in (3.75 cm), and weigh 1 oz (28.3g).
African Bull Frog: They are 9 in (22.86 cm), and weigh 70.4 oz (1.99kg).
Frog’s measures are very variable from one specie to another, the heaviest specie (Goliath Frog) can weigh up to 6.17lbs (2.8kg). On the other side, some species like Spring Peeper Frog can weigh 0.03 oz (0.9g). Spring Peeper Frogs are so small, that they can be smaller than human fingernails with a length of 1.24 in (3.15cm). Cane Toad can measure up to 21.22 in (53.9 cm) in length.
Footage details: Frog blue screen footage
A tomato frog standing on the right corner and then hooping to left. You can use this clip as a simulation of nature and wildlife.
The frog footage was shot using a blue background in our GreenScreen Animals studios, with a RED camera at 23.98 fps.
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