From Tadpole To Frog
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  • 1. From Tadpole to Frog
    • Written and Illustrated By: Nick Mielke
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    • Frogs belong to the animal group called amphibians. Amphibians spend part of its life on land and part in the water.
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    • A frog begins its life inside an egg. Female frogs lay eggs in the water.
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    • After a few weeks, the eggs hatch. Tiny tadpoles swim out of the eggs. They have a long tail and no legs.
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    • Unlike frogs, tadpoles cannot leave the water. It breathes through gills.
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    • The tadpole gets bigger and bigger. At about seven weeks, it grows little back legs.
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    • When a tadpole is about ten weeks old, it grows tiny front legs.
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    • After four months after hatching, the tadpole is finally a grown-up frog.
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    • Hop, hop, hop! Now the frog can live on land and in water.
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    • Male frogs use their singing to find female frogs. When they met, the whole life cycle begins again!
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    • THE END