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Life Cycle Of Frogs. Heather Wittum. First Four Stages of a Frog’s Life. Stage 1: frog eggs (eggs are laid in the water) Stage 2: newly hatched tadpoles (hatches from the eggs) Stage 3: One week old tadpole (uses gills and tail to swim in the water) Stage 4: Six weeks old

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life cycle of frogs

Life Cycle Of Frogs

Heather Wittum

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First Four Stages of a Frog’s Life

  • Stage 1: frog eggs (eggs are laid in the water)
  • Stage 2: newly hatched tadpoles (hatches from the eggs)
  • Stage 3: One week old tadpole (uses gills and tail to swim in the water)
  • Stage 4: Six weeks old

(external gills disappear)

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Last Four Stages of a Frog’s Life

  • Stage 5: Eight weeks old

(Hind legs are formed)

  • Stage 6: Twelve weeks old

(Front legs are formed and tail starts to shrink)

  • Stage 7: The tail is almost gone
  • Stage 8: Frog loses its tail and hops out of the water and onto land.
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What happens in the 4th stage in a

frogs life cycle?

  • Eggs are laid in the water
  • Front legs are formed and tail starts to shrink
  • External gills disappear
  • Hind legs are formed
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  • Please go back and read again
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  • You are correct!
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Bio

  • http://www.kiddyhouse.com/Themes/frogs/
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