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, swimming and eating....
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.
A diagram of the skeleton of a frog. Looking at how a Frogs bone structure is
made up and what bones contribute to everyday life.
metatarsus click to hear. Part of the hind limb formed of five long parallel bones; it
connects the tarsus with the first phalanges of the digits.
Find out more about frog skeletons. Get information about what is inside a frog
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Oct 6, 2013 ... Caption, statement or quote here Chase Calapis Most frogs are characterized by
long ... Ischium- Large Fan-shaped Skeletal System of Frog.
This software allows viewing the frog body and skeleton at different angles and
degrees of approximation, just drag you finger on the screen to rotate, pinch to ...
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A frog's skeleton is divided into four major sections: the skull, the spine, the
forelegs and the legs. While a frog's arms and legs are similar to those of a