The Clawed Frog
The clawed frog is not like most frogs when it comes to eating. Where most frogs would use their sticky tongues to catch insects whole and eat them, the clawed frog has three short claws on its hind feet which it uses to tear food apart. That’s because they have tongues that don’t move. This frog also doesn’t have eyelids or ears, and has its eyes situated on the top of its head. That doesn’t mean that they’re deaf, however. They have disks under their skin that they use to sense sound vibrations around them.