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Frogs live in water and on land. They are part of an animal group called amphibians. Toads and salamanders are also amphibians. All amphibians live both in water and on land.

Frogs need to keep their skin thin. That way their skin can let water in. Frogs shed their skin often. They pull the skin over their heads. They eat the old skin. This frog is beginning to shed its skin. The green skin around its face is fresh. The darker skin around its body is old skin.

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Making Connections


Have you ever seen a frog? If not, have you seen another animal in the wild?


Have you read another book about a different animal? How is that animal similar to a frog? How is it different?


Frogs can live in water and on land. What other animals can do this?

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