Do all frogs come from tadpoles?

Answer All frogs belong to the scientific class amphibia; it's more commonly stated that all frogs are amphibians. Frogs are cold-blooded; they live on land and in water. Frogs go through multiple life st... Read More »

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What do tadpoles& baby frogs eat?

Tadpoles begin eating a vegetarian diet, eating algae that attaches to plants in the water. Tadpoles kept in controlled environments, such as aquariums, will eat lettuce. To make digestion easy for... Read More »

How do tadpoles change into frogs?

During the tadpole stage of development, a tadpole has gills so it can breathe in the water and a tail to assist in aquatic movement. The tadpole will begin to eat algae seven to 10 days after hatc... Read More »

How long does it take tadpoles to become frogs?

It takes approximately 12 to 16 weeks for a tadpole to become a frog. Between six and nine weeks, tadpoles grow legs, and by 12 weeks the tadpole has a tail but otherwise looks like a miniature adu... Read More »

How to Set up a Terrarium for Tadpoles & Frogs?

Setting up a terrarium for frogs and tadpoles is simple, as long as you know the needs of the species you plan to keep. If you plan to collect tadpoles from a nearby pond and raise them, you may w... Read More »