Frog skeleton. Photodisc/Getty Images. As anyone who has dissected one in
biology class knows, a frog's internal organs look a lot like what you'd find inside
Skeleton of a frog: web-footed amphibian which lives near lakes and ponds.
Moves by swimming and jumping. Maxillary: bony part of the jaw. Orbital cavity:
skeleton of a frog click to hear. skeleton of a frog. anatomy-male-frog previous ·
next life-cycle- ... click to hear. Bones articulating to form the skeleton of the digits.
The body structure, or anatomy, of the frog is very similar to the anatomy of man.
... As in other vertebrates, the frog skeleton is moved by muscles (see Muscles).
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Apr 8, 2010 ... Identify the bones and know which belong to the Axial and Appendicular
Mar 6, 2015 ... This amazing frog skeleton is going to help understand how frogs have adapted
to be amazing jumpers - as well as being a puzzle how I'll ...
We found that, to produce maximal-distance jumping, the skeletal system of the
frog must minimally include a gimbal joint at the hip (three rotational degrees of ...
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Oct 20, 2009 ... Lol when I moved out of house I rented last year I was cleaning out my closet and
I found a frogs's skeleton in it. I was like omg how did that get ...
J Exp Biol. 2002 Jun;205(Pt 12):1683-702. Jumping in frogs: assessing the
design of the skeletal system by anatomically realistic modeling and forward
Skeletal System of the Frog. Bones provide structure for the body, protect internal
organs, and support movement. In a frog, the skeleton is adapted for jumping, ...