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The female frog lays thousands of jelly covered eggs in the water. It takes about 10 days for the eggs to hatch.
The eggs can be destroy in a rainy weather like this, birds and fish can eat the eggs or tadpoles
Eggs hatch into tiny tadpoles. They swim, eat, and grow. It uses its tail to swim.
As a tadpole grows, it sprouts legs. The froglet grows and its tail begins to shrink.
The froglet continues to grow and frog legs appear. The lungs begin to develop. Its eyes and mouth grow larger and the tail keeps shrinking.
When the tail finally disappears the froglet becomes a frog. It can now leap onto land and live out of water.
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