Presentation on theme: "LIFE CYCLE OF A BULLFROG. Five Life Cycles 1.Eggs- The female frog lays masses of eggs in the water. The tiny eggs hatch into tadpoles. 2.Tadpole- Tadpoles."— Presentation transcript:
Five Life Cycles 1.Eggs- The female frog lays masses of eggs in the water. The tiny eggs hatch into tadpoles. 2.Tadpole- Tadpoles hatch from frog eggs and begin swimming and feeding on algae. They have poorly developed gills, a mouth, and a tail. 3.Tadpole with legs - At approximately 6-9 weeks, tiny legs start to sprout. The tail becomes shorter, lungs form, and the gills disappear. Their diet now includes dead insects and they still live in water. 4.Froglet- By 12 weeks, the soon-to-be-mature bullfrog breathes oxygen and can hop around on land. However, it still has a very small tail. 5.Adult -Lives on land and weighs as much as 4 pounds or more. The adult bullfrog breathes with lungs and has no tail. Typical life includes resting during the day and hunting for its prey at night.
Bullfrog Life Cycle Eggs Tadpole Tadpole with legs Froglet Adult bullfrog
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