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Amphibian Respiratory System

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Hye Rin

on 1 May 2013

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Transcript of Amphibian Respiratory System

Take the example of a Frog. The large, thin surface of the frogs are their thin and balloon like lungs. Their balloon like lungs can expand in size. They often fill their lungs to help them stay buoyant when swimming. Frogs have bronchial tubes leading to the lungs, just like human. The lungs of frogs have alveoli, tiny vessels that make the actual gas exchange. Large, Thin Surface By: Hyerin, Ping, Hung, Annie C Moist Environment Amphibian skins are permeable. Their skin has to remain moist to allow the oxygen to diffuse effectively. Their moist environments are the places they live in. For example, swamps, lakes and ponds are their habitat and moist environment. Transport System Like human, amphibians have a circulatory system and a heart. The heart plumps blood around the body and carries oxygen and nutrients to the cell in its body, just like human.
Amphibian Respiratory System Take the example of a Frog. Frogs have thin and balloon like lungs. They can expand their lungs and make it large to help them stay buoyant when swimming. Frogs have bronchial tubes leading to the lungs. The lungs of frogs have alveoli, tiny vessels that make the actual gas exchange. Large, Thin Surface
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