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Frogs!

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Katherine Brown

on 6 April 2013

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Transcript of Frogs!

The life cycle of Frogs! Stage 3:
Froglet The froglet has grown small legs, but still lives in the water. Froglet Later,
the froglet's legs and lungs have grown strong enough to live on land, Stage 4:
Adult Frog Fully developed and ready to live on land! Stage 2:
Tadpole When they hatch from there eggs,
tadpoles have
gills for breathing under water
a tail, but no legs Stage 1:
Egg Frogs lay thousands of eggs at one time in the water. There are 4 main stages
in the life cycle of a frog. Did you know... The eggs are covered with a jelly-like coating. Eggs As tadpoles grow, they begin to form lungs and eat algae. Still a and it loses its tail. A life cycle is the stages a creature goes through from its birth to the end of its life. What is a Life Cycle ?? What do adult frogs eat? Adult frogs eat bugs, such as: insects (flies and crickets)
snails
spiders
worms Bigger frogs even eat small fish. What eats a frog? Here are just a few: Snakes
Foxes
Dogs and cats
Big fish
Birds like hawks or seagulls What else do you think eats frogs? People! Many people around this area like to eat frog legs. That's
all
folks!
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