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CONTENTS What is a Frog?.....4 Tadpoles......7 Pond Life......12 A Frog’s Dinner.....16
Words or phrases that tell the topic or focus of the text that follows What is a Frog? A frog is an amphibian. An amphibian can live in and out of water. A frog has smooth shiny skin.
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Glossary Amphibian – animal that can live on both land and water Frog – carnivorous, short-bodied, tailless amphibian Pond –a body of standing water
Index Frog 2,4,6,7,10 Tadpole 3,4,5, Toad 1, 16 Pond 16 Amphibian 2,3,19
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Amphibians. Characteristics As adults: – 2 pairs of legs – Lay eggs in water – Obtain oxygen through skin – Smooth, moist skin – Many have lungs Frogs,
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Frogs Toads And By Stacy Hurney Flower Valley Elementary.
Amphibians. Characteristics Amphibians are vertebrates that live the larval part of their lives in water and their adult lives partially or completely.
Amphibians Amphibians lead double lives—one in water and one on land. Many begin life with gills, then develop lungs as they age. They are vertebrate animals.
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Frogs lay their eggs in ponds. the eggs grow. Slowly, they turn into tadpoles. The tadpoles grow and change. they become frogs. the frogs hop. they can.
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Chapter 15 Section 3 Amphibians. Standard: The anatomy and physiology of animals illustrate the complementary nature of structure and function EQ: Explain.
Amphibians Animals. Amphibians Amphibian: a vertebrate that lives in water as a larva and on land as an adult, breathes with lungs as an adult, has moist.
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Amphibians. Vertebrates are… Animals that have a backbone or vertebral column. Animals that have a backbone or vertebral column.
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