Subject: Why are frogs born in water, and as adults breath air like humans?
Date: Sat Feb 10 14:06:19 2001
Posted by kristin
Grade level: undergrad
School: University of Minnestoa, Crookston
City: Crookston State/Province: MN
Area of science: Zoology
We had a to think of a question to ask, and I guess I find it unique that
a frog is born in water, and as it matures, it is more of a land animal,
and does not require water. Is it one of the few animals like that, or
are there more that I am not aware of that are similar to frogs in that
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