Frog looks for home, by Lucy longford
Frog went for an adventurous hop and lost his way home.
'Is this my home?' he asked the crimson rosella.
'Do you fly in the forest eating seeds and blossoms?'
'No I like to sit near the water and use my sticky tongue to catch mosquitoes and crickets.'
'Is this my home?' he asked the huntsman spider.
'Do you camouflage on the bark of a gum tree?'
'No I like to hide in green leaves and grasses.'
'Is this my home?' he asked the blue tongue lizard.
'Do you like to lie on hot rocks in the sun to keep warm?'
'No I like to live near the water and keep my skin moist.'
'Is this my home?' he asked brushtail possum.
'Do you keep your babies in a hollow of a tree?'
'No my babies live in freshwater creeks and ponds.'
'Is this my home?' he asked the Clownfish?
'Do you live under water and breathe air through gills?'
'No I like the water but I breathe air when I am on land.'
'Is this my home?' he asked echidna.
'Do you eat ants and termites in the leaf litter on the forest floor?'
'Yes, but I like to eat lots of insects including mosquitoes and crickets that fly and jump.'
Mosquitoes and crickets, green leaves and grasses, clean fresh water and air to breathe, I am home.
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