Frog's External Nares?

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What is the function of a frog's external nares? Frogs are mouth breathers and utilize their internal nares to breathe when out of the water. The external nares are used when the frog is immersed in water. A frog's anatomy is designed so they can swim with just their external breathing points outside of the water.
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When the frog is swimming, its can breath by only putting the tip of its nose out of the water. Uses it to breath
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Frogs go into the water but need oxygen. So when they do go into the water
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How Frogs Breathe. A frog controls its breathing by pulsating its throat, and it always breathes with its mouth closed. The movements made by the throat pull oxygen into its body
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Buccopharyngeal cavity.
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