The diagram illustrates the various stages in the life of a frog.
It is also noticeable that there are six main stages in the development of the frog, from egg to mature adult amphibian..
The life cycle starts when adult frog lays an egg in particular , the eggs, which are called frogspawn, float on the surface of the pond. The step after this is the emergence of the small tadpole, which has a small body and a long tail. Over time, the tadpole develops and its body enlarges while the tail becomes longer. Gradually, the legs appear in order to prepare the tadpole for its future life on land.
At the fifth stage of the process. tadpole starts to change into a young frog with a wider mouth, a reduced tail and bigger legs. At this point, the young frog continues to live in the pond. Finally, the frog matures and moves onto the land. As a result of being on land, it breathes air and also loses its tail. The mature frog then finds a mate so as to produce eggs and the lifecycle begins again.