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Frogs & their Life Cycles

Quiz by Michael Fehr

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  • Q1
    How are frogs born?
    Frogs are born alive, like humans.
    Frogs are born in soft eggs clusters in water.
    Frog split in half to make two young frogs.
    Frogs are born in hard eggs like birds.
    45s
  • Q2
    What do frog eggs hatch into?
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    Adult Frogs
    Tadpoles
    Eggs
    Tadpoles with legs
    45s
  • Q3
    What best describes a tadpole?
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    Has a large tail for and can breathe under water.
    Has lungs for breathing on land.
    Swims using four strong legs.
    Has scales and fins, like a fish.
    45s
  • Q4
    What best describes a tadpole with legs?
    Has gills, but is developing lungs.
    Is a frog, but very small.
    Breathes only air, like humans.
    Lives on land and eats flies.
    45s
  • Q5
    What best describes a young frog?
    Lives under water and has gills.
    Flat tail for swimming.
    Has scales and fins, like a fish.
    A smaller adult frog, and has a tail.
    45s
  • Q6
    What best describes a toad?
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    Lives on land.
    Has very long legs
    Lays eggs in clusters.
    Lives mainly in the water.
    45s
  • Q7
    What best describes a frog?
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    Has short legs.
    Prefers to jump.
    Lays eggs in a chain
    Prefers to walk or small hops.
    45s
  • Q8
    What is a group of frogs called?
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    Gaggle
    Bale, nest
    Army
    Knot
    45s
  • Q9
    What is a group of toads called?
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    Knot
    Tribe
    Army
    Wake
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  • Q10
    What kind of animal is a frog?
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    Reptiles
    Vertebrate
    Amphibian
    Insect
    45s
  • Q11
    What is one distinct feature of an amphibian?
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    Can jump almost 10 times its own body length.
    Is brightly colored, and has short hair.
    Lives in both water and land.
    Breathes under water, like a fish.
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