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Life Cycle of a Frog

This Prezi goes through the details about the life cycle of a frog.

Cassandra Ackley

on 29 March 2010

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Transcript of Life Cycle of a Frog

The Life Cycle of a Frog Eggs Tadpole Tadpole with legs Young Frog Adult Frog Frogs lay their eggs in water
or wet places. It takes 21
days for the egg to develop
into a... A tadpole! The tadpole
emerges from the egg and
survives on small plants.
The tadpole has a long tale
and no legs. After about 5 weeks, the
tadpole begins to grow hind
legs and forelegs. The tails begin to disappear and the lungs develop. Sometimes they breath in air and begin
to catch food. The tadpole sheds its skin and
lips and loosens its jaws, the tail
gets even smaller and the legs
grow stronger. The frog is fully developed after 11 weeks. It has lungs, legs, and no tail. It lives mostly on land, and eats insects and worms.
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