Life Cycle of Animals
What is a life cycle? A life cycle is the stages that occur in animals lifetime. A life cycle is a circle that has no end, one life ends and one always begins. Some animals go through different stages as they mature. Learn how amphibians, insects, birds, mammals, and human develop.
The Life Cycle of Human Being
Frogs go through four stages in their life: egg, tadpole, young frog (froglet), and adult.
|Life Cycle of A Frog|
Frogs lay many eggs. The eggs will hatch. The tadpoles consists of gills, a mouth, and a tail. By 12 weeks, the tadpole looks like a miniature version of the adult frog. By between 12 to 16 weeks, the frog has completed the full growth cycle.
Eggs are laid one at a time and they float on the surface of water. Most eggs hatch into larvae within 48 hours. Larva lives in the water and come to the surface to breathe. The pupa stage is a resting, non-feeding stage. This is the time the mosquito turns into an adult. The newly emerged adult rests on the surface of the water for a short time to allow itself to dry and all its parts to harden before it can fly.
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