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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tadpole

A tadpole (also called a pollywog) is the larval stage in the life cycle of an amphibian, ... They do not usually have arms or legs until the transition to adulthood, and ... flattened tail with which they swim by lateral undulation, similar to most fish.

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Jul 27, 2015 ... Frogpole Tadpole Frog - educational series - Summer 2015 - Episode 11 (ep 11) - by The Ministry of Jesus through Mark Kilgore. Nothing is ...

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Froglet. After the legs have developed, the tail begins to shrink. The tail does not fall off the frog yet, as it is a very valuable food source. As its stores of nutrients ...

poptug.com/what-happens-to-a-tadpoles-tail

Dec 24, 2012 ... They do not fall off, as many may think. In fact, they grow smaller as the tadpole develops. The point at which they are considered juvenile frogs, ...

natureinstitute.org/pub/ic/ic33/frog.pdf

But just as surely, nowhere do we find the frog ... to a long finned tail, a tadpole definitely does not resemble a fish. And yet .... The tail does not fall off. Rather, all  ...

frogs.org.au/vfg/features/tadpoles.html

It should be remembered that all frogs and tadpoles are protected in Victoria and some ... The tail does not fall off the frog, as it is a very valuable food source.

www.thewaterpage.com/from-water-to-land.htm

Gills and small organs will form, and the embryo gets nourishment off of the internal yolk. Frog Life Cycle ... A tadpole only has a mouth, gills, and tail. After the 7 ...

animals.mom.me/metamorphosis-frog-apoptosis-3095.html

It is at this stage the tadpole gradually begins to lose its tail through the process of apoptosis. Apoptosis. Apoptosis, originally a Greek word referring to the falling of leaves in autumn, is the term given to the death ... Do Frogs Estivate in Mud?

www.answers.com/Q/Do_the_tails_of_tadpoles_drop_off

Do the tails of tadpoles drop off? Do the tails of ... No part of the tadpole falls of. ... But as the tadpole developes into a frog of some sort, it loses its tail. The tail ...