Tadpoles and Frogs!

Frogs begin as tadpoles and then grow into big frogs.In February frogs wake up from hibernation.They belong to a group of apmhibians

they are also cold blooded creatures.Frogs come in many different colours some

frogs are poisinous however there are no poisinous frogs in Ireland.

Our teacher collected frogspawn and it has now grown into tadpoles. Take a look at our pictures and click on the picture to see the tadpoles in action!

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 Please note: Frogs are protected under European legislation because they are scarce in Europe in general.  However, they are not endangered in Ireland so a general licence has been issued to all Centres of Education in Ireland to collect and study frogspawn in class.  

Please don’t collect frogspawn.

By:Jamie and Taylor!


7 thoughts on “Tadpoles and Frogs!”

  1. Hello, my name is Abbie and I’am from the USA. I did not know there where no poisinous frogs in Ireland. I will keep the part in mined your post where it said,” Please note”. I love frogs. In our class room we have two class pets, and they are a type of frog. There name is Peanutbutter and Jelly. The Light frog is Peanuttbutter becaues is a light color. Jelly is the more darked one becaues Jelly is a more darker color than Peanuttbutter.

  2. Hi! My name is Bree-Anna and I am in the fourth grade. I love tadpoles so very much because they are so gooy! That is so cool because you actuly have alots of tadpoles in your class and we only have 2 frogs!!!!!! Love, Bree-Anna G.

  3. That is so cool that there are no posonis froges in Irland. I have hald tadepolse before. Did you know that when tadpolse lose every thing but there tail they are smaller than an one inch long?

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