How do tadpoles move?

Answer Tadpoles, which are the infant form of frogs, spend the first portion of their life completely underwater. Unlike frogs, they do not have legs and look more like small fish than amphibians.FormTadp... Read More »

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My parents let me move out 4 months ago well i want to move out of state with my fiance because he has a job offer..but im afraid they would get mad can i still move?

The statment below is incorrect. The whole basis of this website is that you can ask any question."I think that you should keep your personal problems to yourself.Because a lot of people have diffe... Read More »

If you have primary physical custody and want to move to a different county but your custody agreement says you cannot move out of Los Angeles County what can you do to get permission to move?

Answer In most cases custody agreements are never final, but can be modified as circumstances change. However, if a custody order stipulates that the parent with primary physical custody cannot m... Read More »

Do koi eat tadpoles?

Koi will eat tadpoles. They eat many things, including worms, insect larvae, bread, lettuce, algae, duckweed and other pond plants. Koi are naturally bottom feeders, but will also feed from the wat... Read More »

What do big tadpoles eat?

In the wild, tadpoles mainly live off algae and small insects. In captivity, you can feed them lettuce. Boil the lettuce to soften it, then cut it into small chunks and allow it to cool before feed... Read More »