How Do Frogs Adapt to Land and Water?


Frogs adapt to land and water from the time they are young. They are born with only gills during their tadpole stage. The frogs then get lungs which allow them to live on land. Many frogs are also able to change their appearance in order to help them blend into their surroundings.
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