What Is a Polywog?

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A pollywog is a term that can be used to refer to a larval frog or toad. Pollywogs and tadpoles indicate the earliest stage in a frog's or toad's life. They usually hatch from eggs and they resemble a tiny fish when they are first hatched.
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I am pretty sure it is some form of a frog or tadpole. "Polywog" is just another word for tadpole.
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A pollywog is another word for Tadpole. The stage of the amphibian life cycle, most respire by
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