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A Frog is a small tail less animal that has bulging eyes Almost all frogs have long back legs The strong hind legs make the frog able to leap farther than the length of its body Frogs live on every continent except Antarctica but tropical regions have the greatest number of species Frogs are classified as amphibians Most amphibians including most frogs spend part of their life as a water animal and part as a land animal Frogs are related to toads but are different from them in a few ways The giant frog of west-central Africa ranks as the largest frog It measures nearly a foot 30 centimeters long The smallest species grow only 12 inch 13 centimeters long Frogs also differ in color Most kinds are green or brown but some have colorful markings Although different species may vary in size or color almost all frogs have the same basic body structure They have large hind legs short front legs and a flat head and body with no neck Adult frogs have no tail though one North American species has a short tail like structure Most frogs have a sticky tongue attached to the front part of the mouth They can rapidly flip out the tongue to capture prey Frogs have such internal organs as a heart liver lungs and kidneys Some of the internal organs differ from those of higher animals A frogs heart has three chambers instead of four And although adult frogs breathe by means of lungs they also breathe through their skin The eggs of different species vary in size color and shape A jelly like substance covers frog eggs providing a protective coating This jelly also differs from species to species Some species of frogs lay several thousand eggs at a time But only a few of these eggs develop into adult frogs Ducks fish insects and other water creatures eat many of the eggs Even if
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