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Frog Anatomy
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Published: January 9, 2011
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</b> Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Subphylum Vertebrata
Class Amphibia
Order Anura
Family Ranidae
Species Rana pipiens

This is a reference sheet for the internal anatomy of the leopard frog.

Like all my dissection reference sheets you are free to use them, but you must remember to give me credit for making them.

EDIT: a smaller file was uploaded on 20 July 2012.

You can view my other dissections in my Zoology Gallery.

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Isabellaz's avatar
I remember when we dissected a frog. We're going to dissect a fetal pig soon. And then, a cat, or something like a cat, I don't remember specifically what animal. And my teacher even mentioned something about dissecting a SHARK sometime in our later years at highschool :D
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Russockshitha|Hobbyist General Artist
Sharks are pretty oily and have a very strong fishy smell. Good luck to you in your schooling.
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Blue-Uncia|Hobbyist Digital Artist
You know, when I saw this pop up in my message centre, I had a very brief moment of "Oh God, that's a baby!!"

Must be the pale, pudgy legs, but man that was scary. XD
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Russockshitha|Hobbyist General Artist
Ha ha. It must be. I can not imagine what else would make frog look like a baby.
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Blue-Uncia|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thumbnails are pretty small, so things get distorted a lot. XD
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Russockshitha|Hobbyist General Artist
They do indeed.
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