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Life Cycle of a Frog

A learning resourse outling the cycle of a frog from egg to frog

Claire Wilton

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Life Cycle of a Frog

The Life Cycle of a Frog Tadpole Spawn (Eggs) Metamorph Frog Flickr.com After 21 days the embryo attaches itself to a weed in the water and becomes a tadpole. It grows until it is big enough to break free into the water. Inside the egg the
Yolk develops into
an embryo, where
it forms organs and
gills. It stays in this
state for 21 days After about 5 weeks
the tadpole begins to
change. It grows back
legs, then front legs.
It's lungs develop to prepare to breathe on land. It's tail becomes smaller 11 weeks after the egg
was laid, a frog emerges
from the water. It has
fully developed lungs, legs
and no tail. The frog will
now mostly live on land. wikipedia.com Flikr.com Flickr.com From YouTube
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