We’ve all heard the term “down syndrome” but what about frogs with it?
They’re all around us, and yet we haven’t heard of any species with it.
That’s because frogs with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have a hard time making friends and have no social skills.
That means they can’t play with other frogs, like the one pictured above.
And when they do, they get stuck.
So how can we tell them apart?
Here are five common types of frogs with ASD, according to the National Institutes of Health.1.
Frogs with Down Syndrome Frogs that are diagnosed with ASD are more likely to be aggressive and less likely to make friends, according the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
That may explain why they are more prone to being found dead in water.2.
Frog with Down Spectrum Disorder Frogs can be hard to spot with their coloration and other physical characteristics.
However, a frog with Down spectrum disorder may have dark, dark spots and white spots.
This is an indicator of ASD.3.
Frog With Down Syndrome or ASD Frogs often show their condition as a black, gray, or white rash that spreads over their body.
They may have a pale or brown coloration on their skin.
They also may have small spots or holes in their skin and eyes.4.
Frog on a Wheelfrogs that have Down syndrome or ASD are likely to look like an old wheeler-dealer.
This may be because they have been diagnosed with autism before.5.
Frog On a Wheel Frogs have a green, yellow, or purple skin coloration, dark circles, or spots on their backs.
They are more common than the other frogs shown here, as they are often found near people who have autism spectrum disorders.
But frogs with these disorders can still be found in nature.1/10 Frogs are often called “frogs with autism,” as they can be found across the globe.
They have a rare condition that causes them to have a different type of nerve in their brains that controls movement.
People with Down’s syndrome are born with a spinal cord that does not control their muscles, making them susceptible to seizures, muscle spasms, and other brain disorders.
The spinal cord connects the brain to the rest of the body.2/10 The frog is one of many amphibians that have autism.
Froglike creatures are found throughout the world, but are mostly found in tropical and subtropical regions, according, the National Science Foundation.
Frog-like creatures have short, stubby legs that often end in small, pink or purple spots on the ground.
Frog legs are similar to humans, but their toes are longer and the toes do not have the curved tip of the toe that distinguishes humans from other animals.3/10 Many frogs with the disorder have no symptoms.
They are often referred to as “normal frogs,” meaning they don’t have autism symptoms.4/10 Most frogs with developmental delays have no behavioral problems, and their brain development continues on schedule.
However a frog who has developmental delays might struggle with social skills and communication.
They might also have trouble eating or drinking, according a study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.5/10 There are a few other amphibians with Downsyssia.
A few species of frogs that have developmental delays and have been identified as having Down syndrome include the Atlantic cichlid, the Australian frog, and the blue frog.
They can also be found around tropical and temperate regions.
A group of frogs called the Caribbean frogs, which have Downsystias, are found in the Caribbean, South America, and parts of Africa.
The Atlantic cicid is the most common frog with ASD in the world.
It has a long tail that ends in a dark brown spot, and it also has dark spots on its skin.
Its body coloration is usually dark brown or brownish, and its feet are usually white, according Wikipedia.
The species also has a grayish stripe on its back and a yellow stripe on the underside of its tail.
The blue frog has a distinctive tail, and a gray, green, or brown body color.
It can also have a yellow, red, or orange pattern on its body, according NASA.
The Caribbean frog has more complex and subtle facial features, according researchers.
They look more like human infants or toddlers than adults, and they have blue skin, according ABC News.
The brown frog is also a common amphibian with Downs syndrome.
It is found in areas with less rainfall, which is known to make frogs grow.
They don’t usually have any symptoms, according NBC News.
The red frog has bright red spots on each of its cheeks.
The researchers also said the frogs may have no autism symptoms at all.
The American cichla is the smallest amphibian in the family, with a body length of about 10 centimeters (3 inches).
The adults have dark gray skin and blue eyes.
It also has yellow