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Ultimate Frog Anatomy Challenge
Can you name the Answers to these frog anatomy clues?
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Name the correct organ of the frog's digestive system from the hint?
Drains the body of waste-latin for sewer?
converts waste into excretable material?
secretes enzymes to aid in digestion?
allows frogs to 'sing' by acting as a resonance chamber to amplify vibration?
acts as a holding chamber for food before it is swallowed?
extracts nutrients from food using enzymes secreted by pancreas?
separates waste from food and pushes waste to the cloaca?
contains 3 lobes, filters out poison from food?
stores nutrients for hibernation?
Yippee! You have completed the digestive segment. Type 'excrete' to go on to the next answer?
Now, on to the circulatory system! This will chronologically trace the path of blood. Type 'excrete' again.?
Deoxygenated blood originates in this upper right chamber?
This deoxygenated blood passes to the gas exchange organs through this artery.?
Next, it will return to the heart via this vein?
When it reaches the heart, it will enter this chamber?
Next, the oxygenated blood, if it does not leave the heart, will circulate to this area.?
When this chamber contracts, it will send the blood shooting up into the left atrium.?
Next, this artery will take the blood to the head, then back to the right atrium?
Done with S2! type 'circulate' to go on.?
You are beginning the amphibian adaptation segment! type 'circulate' again to go on?
This period marked the first amphibians entering land?
Amphibians dominated the food chain in this period.?
Amphibians were largely outclassed by dinosaurs in this period.?
Amphibians evolved a lot during this period?
Amphibians evolved this feature to help them move.?
This feature evolved from the operculum and gills of a fish.?
What structure would lose sensation were the psiatic nerve severed??
Congrats! Done with section 3! Type in the last answer of section 2 to go on?
Beginning Section 4: The life cycle of a frog. repeat the previous answer to go on.?
Frogs are called this when they are just emerging from the egg?
The substance found inside an egg is similar to this?
At 5 weeks, a tadpole's gills are covered with this.?
Within 3 1/2 months, a frog is called this.?
A tadpole's tail is made of this substance?
Done with section 4! type the answer before this one to go on.?
Beginning section 5: Anatomy of a frog. Type the same thing that you have for the previous 2 answers.?
The tarsals, tibia, and this bone are fused into 1 bone.?
The ulna and this bone are also fused.?
long, muscular legs are useful for swimming and this activity.?
Like ducks, frogs have this type of feet.?
In lieu of an eyelid, this membrane protects the eye?
The lungs and this organ are used for respiration.?
These tubes equalize pressure in the ear.?
This membrane receives vibration?
This organ acts as the eardrum of the frog.?
This organ provides a respiratory opening to the outside of the body.?
YOU ARE DONE! This final question will ensure a 49/49. Type 'Jakob Myers is the awesomest person on earth!' to go on.?
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