A tadpole is the larval stage in the life cycle of an amphibian, particularly that of a
frog or toad. They are usually wholly aquatic, though some species have
tadpoles that are terrestrial. When fi...
Neotenous Frog I've heard it called a pollywog or a tadpole, but there's probably
a more scientific name.
All frogs start life as aquatic tadpoles, breathing underwater through internal gills
... Anurans have much more complex lungs then other amphibians, such as ...
These eggs have tiny tadpoles growing in them and are called frog spawn. ...
When they are born, frogs have gills like fish do to help them breathe underwater.
tadpole ... They still have their tails but now the tadpole has front legs too! froglet.
They breathe with gills and swim using a tail. As they mature ... a froglet. It still
has part of its tail , ... Adult frogs have long, powerful jumping legs and a very
short backbone. They follow ... When a frog egg hatches the animal is called. a
larva, a ...
Toads in North America are from a family of frogs called Bufonidae. .... a larva
called tadpoles or pollywogs. which have a tail but no legs, have gills like a fish, ...
Frogs still in the larval stage, called tadpoles, are very different in outward ... Most
notable is the presence of gills instead of lungs during this stage. ... Compared
with many other amphibians, frogs have relatively well-developed and complex ...
Frogs lay eggs, and when the eggs hatch a frog is called a tadpole. The tadpole
has poorly developed gills, a tail and a mouth. It generally stays near the ...
May 6, 2013 ... Have you ever wondered how a tadpole turns into frog? ... turns into a frog is
called metamorphosis, and it is an amazing transformation. ... At this point, the
tadpole's gills have disappeared, and its lungs have enlarged.
The frog has three respiratory surfaces on its body that it uses to exchange gas
with the surroundings: the skin, in the lungs and on the lining of the mouth.