[2015] Samantha Mundle: Life Cycle of the Frog

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[2015] Samantha Mundle: Life Cycle of the Frog

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General Charakteristics1. A frog is an amphibian. It spends part of its life in water and part on land.2. A frog has two long hind legs that help it jump. Some can leap over 20 times their body length using their strong hind legs.3. A frog has two short front legs that help prop the frog up when it sits or gets ready to jump. The frog lands on its front legs.

Interestings Facts1. Frogs don’t drink water they absorb it through their skin2. Frog bones form a ring when the frog is hibernating, just like trees do. Scientists can use these rings to figure out the age of a frog3. Frogs usually eat meat (bugs and worms) and swallow their food whole4. Frogs can lay as many as 4,000 eggs in frogspawn.

Citationwww.kidzone.ws. Home page. 2015. Web. Nov. 2015.Sourcehttp://www.kidzone.ws/lw/frogs/facts12.htmhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXpAbezdOhohttp://www.tooter4kids.com/Frogs/life_cycle_of_frogs.htm

DevelopmentEggs: Frogs lay their eggs in water or wet places. The eggs begin as a single cell. Several thousands are sometimes laid at once. Cell Splits: The single cell splits in the egg eventually plits into two. These two splits making 4 cells, and so on.The Embryo: The mass of cells in the egg come to form an embryo which makes organs and gills begin to form.Tadpole: The embryo leaves its jelly shell and becomes a baby tadpole.About 5 weeks, the tadpole begins to change, It starts to grow hind legs which are soon followed with forelegs. The Frog: 11 weeks after the eggwas laid, a fully developed frog with lungs, legs, and no tail emerges from the water.

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