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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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How big do bull frogs get?

The bullfrog is an aquatic species, and is comparatively bigger then most other frog species. There are several different types of bullfrogs in several different continents, but they all share com... Read More »
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