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 What Are Nares on Frogs?

Answer Nares are another word for nostrils. Frogs have two types of nares: external and internal. These two types of nostrils work together to provide oxygen to frogs when they're not in the water. In add... Read More »
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Trace the route of air from the nares to an alveolus?

During breathing air enters the nose by passing through the external nares( nostrils)=> pharynx=>larynx=> trachea=> The trachea (windpipe) divides into two main bronchi (also mainstem bronchi), the... Read More »
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How do you trace the route of air from the external nares to an aveolus?

During breathing air enters the nose by passing through the external nares( nostrils)=> pharynx=>larynx=> trachea=> The trachea (windpipe) divides into two main bronchi (also mainstem bronchi), the... Read More »
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What do garden frogs eat?

Garden frogs eat dead and live insects such as crickets, spiders, beetles and grasshoppers. They'll also eat bloodworms, which may be purchased at a pet store. The insects should never be any wider... Read More »
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What do rainforest frogs eat?

Rainforest frogs are carnivores and subsist on a diet of fruit flies, small crickets and other insects. Some of the poisonous frogs are that way because of the toxic ants they eat--the toxins do no... Read More »
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