Life cycle of a frog

Timeline created by nsa45
  • Frog Spawn

    Frog Spawn
    Frog Spawn or eggs
    Image taken from - Flickr - hippobosca
  • single frog egg

    single frog egg
    image take from - flickr - cyprinoid
  • Frog Embryo

    Frog Embryo
    after 21 days the embryo leaves its jelly shell, and attaches itself to a weed in the water
    image take from - flickr - cyprinoid
  • embryo attached to weed

    embryo attached to weed
    image take from - flickr - cyprinoid
  • developing into a tadpole

    developing into a tadpole
    image take from - flickr - cyprinoid
  • Tadpole

    Tadpole
    The tadpoles grow until they are big enough to break free into the water. This can take from 3 days to 3 weeks, image take from - flickr - limowreck666
  • frogs begin to grow legs

    frogs begin to grow legs
    After about five weeks, the tadpole begins to change. It starts to grAfter about five weeks, the tadpole begins to change. It starts to grow hind legs .
    Image taken from - Flickr - utahmatz
  • Tadpole with all legs

    Tadpole with all legs
    Image taken from - Flickr - Utahmatz
  • getting ready for life on land

    getting ready for life on land
    Over time, the tadpole becomes even more froglike. They have shed their skin and lips. Its mouth widens, and it loses its horny jaws. Image taken from - Flickr - Arboreal Boids
  • even more frog like

    even more frog like
    The tail becomes much smaller, and the legs grow. The lungs are almost functioning at this point. Image taken from - Flickr - Limowreck666
  • The frog

    The frog
    Eleven weeks after the egg was laid, a fully developed frog with lungs, legs, and no tail emerges from the water Image taken from - flickr - William Bullimore
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    Life Cycle of a Frog