What are the differences and similarities between a frog and a human?

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The similarities include that fact that both frogs and humans have two eyes, legs, and arms, and both have hearts, lungs, and brains. They both also inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, and reproduce sexually. Their differences include the fact that frogs are cold-blooded whereas humans are warm-blooded. Frogs also live more efficiently than humans do.
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