Difference between Tadpole and Polliwogs?

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The difference between a Tadpole and a Polliwog is that a Tadpole is the young one of a frog, which has both a tail and legs. However, a Polliwog is a young frog that only has a tail.
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A tadpole is the limbless aquatic larva of a frog or toad,
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Tadpoles are called that when the frog is first 'born' Polliwogs are when the frog progresses and grows legs. A tadpole and polliwog is the same thing but in different stages of life
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Pollywogs and tadpoles hatch from eggs and resemble tiny fish when they are first hatched. Each has a head and pointy tail. They travel in water by swimming with their tails moving
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