The Life Cycle of a Frog

October 2004
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;10/15/2004, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p3
The article provides information about life cycle of frog. The life cycle of a frog is amazing. Although many frogs have this life cycle, others do not. Some frogs do not even have tadpoles, instead their eggs hatch directly into frogs.


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