High quality diagram of a frog come in handy for you who are looking for great media for your biology practice! These diagrams have been collected for you to print in high definition and quality. Frog is one of the common animals that are usually used for dissection. Frogs are amphibians, living both on land and in water. The overall anatomy of a frog is similar to humans in that they have skin, bones, muscles, and organs. The body of a frog can be divided into a head, a short neck, and a trunk. The first diagram below shows thee detailed parts of a frog anatomy.
These diagrams of a frog can be used as the reference and illustration that will guide you when you are about to dissect a frog. You can look at the diagram to study the parts of a frog carefully. The body structure of the frog is very similar to the anatomy of a human. Both human and the frog have the same kinds of organs and systems of organs. A frog’s head contains the brain, mouth, eyes, ears and nose.
The internal structures of a frog include: the heart, the lungs, the kidneys, the stomach, the liver, the small intestine, the large intestine, the spleen, the pancreas, the gall bladder, the urinary bladder, the cloaca, the ureter, the oviducts, the testes, the ovaries and fat bodies. Provided also are the anatomy of American bullfrog and green frog.
Frogs have a long, sticky tongue which they use to capture food. They also have teeth, which unfortunately are very weak and rather useless. All these diagrams are free and printable, you can just save it by clicking on the images! Find the other anatomy diagrams for free in this site!