Besides being insectivores and carnivores, we have discovered plenty of frogs with peculiar diets from an omnivorous species that feed on fruit, adapting to life in the trees and even one that can live in brackish water and gulps down crabs. There are even many species that diversified into many shapes and sizes, from the goliath frog which is the largest species of frog in the world which can devour bats, baby turtles and even snakes to the smallest species, Paedophryne amauensis which is also considered the smallest known vertebrate, at 7.
But at the end you pity the scheming Jew who started the whole series of events to make a philosophical point. Meaning the author was an epic fail when it comes to Nazi propaganda or it was on purpose - his life gives subtle hints for this interpretation.
Island of the Blue Dolphins is this with a twist - Karana isn't stranded far from civilization, she's stranded without civilization.
When the entire population of her island is taken away on a boat, Karana must learn to survive alone in the place she's always called home by taking on all the roles her community previously filled: Like Karana, she uses the skills she learned from her adoptive family, and later figures out new ideas and inventions Shipwrecked and marooned on skull island she lives independently.
Beauty Queens is one long parody of this trope as the shipwrecked survivors are beauty pageant girls with only their pageant gear to help them survive. They manage to jury-rig a home anyway in ways that would make the Professor proud. Of course it helps that they soon learn that the island isn't abandoned, and while the other inhabitants may want them dead they feed and heal them first as a Bitch in Sheep's Clothing act that the girls see through and take advantage of.
In the young adult novella The Island Keeper, a grieving teen invokes this trope upon herself when she runs away to the small island where she and her late sister used to camp in the summer. Things get desperate when a storm destroys her canoe and she's forced to endure the Canadian winter until the lake freezes solid enough to walk out.
Live Action TV Angel: For most of season 1 they were stranded on an unknown planet. At the beginning of season 2 they managed to take off, only to crash land on an almost identical planet. At least in season 3 they managed to actually get back into space. Kirk maroons Khan in the episode " Space Seed ".
Also, Zephram Cochran inventor of Warp Drive was stranded all alone on a deserted something-or-other in space.
Khan and his augments actually made a fairly good living on the world they were marooned on. Then a nearby planet exploded and it promptly became a Crapsack World and Khan's wife died The series combined the Robinsonade with the Space Western.
Flight 29 Down was a show about a bunch of kids and a pilot who got stranded on an island after their plane crashed. They split up, and the show focuses on one group of kids, while the others are off-screen with the pilot for most of the series.
Survivor takes the cynical version where everyone turns on each other and makes it an actual competition. Primeval stranded Abby and Connor in the Cretaceous for a year. They managed to do rather well given their lack of supplies, but although they were in good health when they returned, the entire experience was clearly traumatic.
It's likely that their nascent romance played a major role in keeping them sane, together, and alive. Also notable as one of the few examples on this list where running into dinosaurs would be quite normal.
In an episode of Quantum Leap"The Leaping of the Shrew", Sam leaps into the body of a Greek sailor who's shipwrecked on an island with a spoiled heiress played by Brooke Shields from the above-mentioned The Blue Lagoonwho was planning to enter an Arranged Marriage before her yacht capsized.
Sam helps set up shelter for them and attempts to create a signal flare with her aerosol hairspray canbut she had used up all the hairspray. She later reveals that she intentionally emptied the hairspray cans because she had fallen in love with the sailor and didn't want to return to civilization and her arranged marriage.
According to Sam, the two would be rescued in ten years, by which time they would have four childrenand would be Happily Married for many years after their rescue.
Mythbusters did an episode on this, with the cast having to make do using only the materials found on a big pallet of duct tape. Land of the Lost does it with dinosaurs. Newspaper Comics A frequent plot device in the Newspaper Comics strip Prince Valiant is that when Val takes a sea voyage, his ship almost inevitably gets waylaid on some cursed island with a puzzle Val must solve to avoid the crew being trapped forever or killed.
Video Games Parodied in the Monkey Island games with Herman Toothrot, the crazy old hermit living on the titular island who, in the fourth game, is revealed to be the amnesiac grandfather of the Love Interest. He has a boat. He just doesn't use it because it's traditional to wait and be rescued.
If you've sunk your own boat by the time you get as far as being ready to head home, Herman will even lend you his boat so that you can rescue him in it.
The Hub Level of Super Mario Sunshine has a pianta stuck on a desert island about feet offshore of the capital city for "the last ten years" because he can't swim. When the ocean floods! Paper Mario 2 has a chapter in which the characters are shipwrecked on an island. The community that ends up being built there flourishes, so most of the former crew decided to stay even after they get an undead pirate captain to ferry them back and fourth to the mainland whenever they want.
You are a child or young adult stranded on a desert island, and must either figure out how to escape or how to thrive in your new surroundings. That's also in Virtual Villagersespecially the first game. The tribe's original home was destroyed in a volcano eruption, and only five are left to explore and settle a new island.
Shipwrecked is an adventure game where you're trapped in a Lost Island, stranded and with nowhere to go. Your only choice is to build a civilization, make sure that everyone is safe and sound and discover the secrets hidden in the jungle, as . They could probably adapt to a crocodile-like form and lifestyle quite easily, if the island could support it.
Amphibians lived like that before reptiles took over.
They could probably evolve to live on land too, but I would imagine birds would fill . Skull Island is a family activity pool that has a kiddy slide called Lickity Split, and a family racing slide called the Pirate’s Race.
Skull Island also features a fort with a gigantic tipping bucket that unloads gallons of water on awaiting guests every three or .
Just a idea seeing as not everyone can just buy stuff for games or have the money or the room to add more games or just don't like some of the games besides that why play the game if you can move on.