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  • 1. Vertebrate animals
    • Vertebrate animals have a skeleton inside their bodies .
    Vertebrates Mammals Birds ? Fish
  • 2. ???????????????
    • They are vertebrates animals.
    • They spend on part of their lives under water (breathing with gills) and the other part on land (breathing with lungs.)
    • They are cold blooded animals so their body tempereture depends on the temperature of their enviroment.
  • 3. Vertebrates Mammals Birds Amphibians Fish
  • 4. AMPHIBIANS
    • They spend one part of their lives under water (breathing gills)
    • and the other part on land (breathing with lungs)
    • They are cold blooded, their body temperature depends on the temperarute of their enviroment.
  • 5. The frog
    • The frog lives in damp grass.
    • It has smoodth, moist skin an bulging eyes.
    • It can hop and swim very well.
    • The frog is a carnivore.
    • Frogs are amphibians.
  • 6.
    • The frog can hop up to 60 cm- up to six or seven times its own length.
  • 7.
    • The frog swim very well using its webbing toes.
  • 8. It eats worms, insects, spiders, slugs. The frog is a carnivore
  • 9. FROG LIFECYCLE
  • 10. Frog eggs
    • Femile frogs lay tiny frog eggs in the water.
    • The eggs are in a jelly which protects them.
  • 11. Tadpole
    • The eggs hatch into tadpoles.
    • The tadpole spends its thime swimming in the water, eating and growing.
    • Tadpoles breathe using gills. The tadpole grows legs (and then arms). It breathes using gills and has a tail.
  • 12. Froglet
    • The almost adult frog breathes with lungs and still has some of its tail.
  • 13. Adult frog
    • The adult frog breathes with lungs and has no tail.
    • It can live on land.