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Insects Legs Land World Eggs
Insects Legs Land World Eggs Frogs live in water and on _____________.
Land Frogs live in water and on land. Next Slide
Insects Legs Land World Eggs Frogs have strong, long back _____________.
Legs Frogs have strong, long back legs. Next Slide
Insects Legs Land World Eggs Tadpoles hatch from _____________.
Eggs Tadpoles hatch from eggs. Next Slide
Insects Legs Land World Eggs Frogs eat ________.
Insects Frogs eat insects. Next Slide
Insects Legs Land World Eggs Many kinds of frogs live in the __________.
World Many kinds of frogs live in the world. Next Slide
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