Class 7 Biology Respiration in Organisms Respiration in frog

Respiration in frog

  • Frogs are short-bodied, tailless amphibians.
  • They are carnivores.


  • They have dual system that helps them to breathe.
  • They have a pair of lungs just like human beings.
  • On the other hand they can breathe through their moist and slimy skin as well.
  • When their skin is moist or when they are in water they breathe through their thin and membranous skin which is permeable to both water and gases.
  • When they are on land, they take air into their lungs by pushing it from their mouths with their nostrils closed.


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