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Frogs typically live in forested and wetland areas and are found on every continent except for Antarctica. They live in ponds, within ground cover, in trees and sometimes in grasslands as well as deserts. More »

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Frogs are not asexual. The amphibians reproduce through external egg fertilization which happens in or very close to water. The length of time between fertilization and hatching varies by species and takes between six an... More »

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The trachea is part of the windpipe providing a passageway for inhaled air from mouth and nostrils to lungs. It constitutes an essential component of a frog's respiratory system and connects the glottis to the lung alveo... More »

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Frogs live on every continent except Antarctica. Frogs are typically found in warm climates because they are cold-blooded amphibians, although there are six species of frogs that live in climates with freezing temperatur... More »

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To care for a White's tree frog, provide him with a clean habitat, clean water and the right amount of suitable food. You need a terrarium, heat lamp, water dish, spray bottle and appropriate food to care for the frog. More »

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Pithed frogs have undergone the pithing procedure, which involves a needle inserted through the foramen magnum into the cranial cavity. Pithing mechanically causes disruptions within the frog's brain, and it is an approv... More »

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A frog is first a tadpole and then a froglet before becoming an adult frog. It takes between 3 to 4 months for a frog to go through the complete growth cycle and become an adult frog. More »

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