From Tadpole To Frog

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Published on November 14, 2008

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From Tadpole to Frog Written and Illustrated By: Nick Mielke art4linux.org

Written and Illustrated By: Nick Mielke

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Frogs belong to the animal group called amphibians. Amphibians spend part of its life on land and part in the water. www.rivernen.ca

Frogs belong to the animal group called amphibians. Amphibians spend part of its life on land and part in the water.

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A frog begins its life inside an egg. Female frogs lay eggs in the water. www.greenparty.ca

A frog begins its life inside an egg. Female frogs lay eggs in the water.

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After a few weeks, the eggs hatch. Tiny tadpoles swim out of the eggs. They have a long tail and no legs. www.beautifulbritain.co.uk

After a few weeks, the eggs hatch. Tiny tadpoles swim out of the eggs. They have a long tail and no legs.

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Unlike frogs, tadpoles cannot leave the water. It breathes through gills. www.amnh.org

Unlike frogs, tadpoles cannot leave the water. It breathes through gills.

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The tadpole gets bigger and bigger. At about seven weeks, it grows little back legs. exoticpets.about.com

The tadpole gets bigger and bigger. At about seven weeks, it grows little back legs.

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When a tadpole is about ten weeks old, it grows tiny front legs. www.arkive.org

When a tadpole is about ten weeks old, it grows tiny front legs.

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After four months after hatching, the tadpole is finally a grown-up frog. www.snakesandfrogs.com

After four months after hatching, the tadpole is finally a grown-up frog.

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Hop, hop, hop! Now the frog can live on land and in water. www.flickr.com

Hop, hop, hop! Now the frog can live on land and in water.

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Male frogs use their singing to find female frogs. When they met, the whole life cycle begins again! profile.myspace.com

Male frogs use their singing to find female frogs. When they met, the whole life cycle begins again!

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