Can Frogs Grow Back Lost Limbs?

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Frogs do have the ability to grow back lost limbs. This will be easier for young frogs than for adult frogs, because young frogs have tissue that is continually growing. A number of other reptiles like lizards and salamanders also have this ability.
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1. Snip off the ends of the branches where you want them to be. Cut with loppers, a tree trimmer or a saw, depending on the size of the limb. Make the cut straight, not at an angle.
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It is around the three day mark for the limb to start to grow back and takes around ten weeks for the limb to fully grow back.
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Our limbs do not grow back because they were not meant or expected
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.and why are there so many animals that have better eyes than us, better hearing, better senses of smell, etc.
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