The seven levels of classification depend on the specific breed of the frog, but a frog's classifications can be determined down to the family level. The seven classifications of life include kingdom, phylum, class, orde... More »

There are not seven levels of tiger classifications or subspecies but six, and they are the Sumatran, Amur, Bengal, Indochinese, South China and Malayan tigers. In addition, three other subspecies became extinct in the 2... More »

The scientific classification name for frog depends on the species of frog, but an example would be the Northern Leopard Frog "Eukarya Animalia Chordata Verebrata Amphibia Anura Neobatrachia Ranidae Rana Rana pipiens." A... More »

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 »

There is no designated name for female or male frogs. However, frog offspring are normally referred to as tadpoles or polliwogs before they enter the next stage of metamorphosis. A large group of frogs is referred to as ... More »

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 »

To dissect a frog, pin it to a tray, cut and retract the abdominal skin, remove portions of the ribcage, and pin back the abdominal muscles. This process takes about 45 minutes and requires a preserved frog, a dissecting... More »

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