Frogs are similar to humans internally by organs, skeletal system, and muscular system.
frogs are born externally
Because frogs eggs are released into the environment (where predators will eat most of them) while human are developed internally (where they are safe).
No (source, frog expert)
yes frogs have a similar internal anatomy to humans
Frogs and humans both have similar body systems. They both have sensory organs such as eyes, a mouth, a tongue and legs.
both a human's and a frog's digestive system are similar expt for the fact that frogs swallow food by bulging their eyes in.
Humans and frogs both have skin, eyes, ears, arms and legs, muscles and tendons, teeth, tongues, toes and reproductive organs.
It is similar to humans as frogs uses its forelimbs mainly for holding thing at times, like preys,trees or plants on which they are sitting. They use there forelimbs to eat or hold insects once hey catch them through there tongue
The whole frogs digestive and respitory systems are the same as ours.
since the function and the organs found in frogs is similar to the humans, frogs are considered an ideal specimen int he study of zoology.
The respiratory system of frogs is similar to humans, but there are some differences. For example, frogs lack a diaphragm. They are also able to breathe through their skin, as well as their lungs.
They are both unusally strong for their size, and they have similar muscle style.
They are similar because frogs and humans have the same body systems but frogs are only smaller version of human. frogs do not have all the same systems. instead of having the excretory and reporductive systems they have the urogenital system, which is a combination of the two
Frogs have circulatory systems that are very similar to that of humans so veins are used for the samepurposes and are needed anywhere where blood circulation is required.
we both have legs, arms, eyes, noses, mouths, toes, and also skin
A frogs pharynx is twice the size of a humans
Frogs are easy to obtain, easy to dissect, and are more similar to humans, than say worms, another choice. I still think its sad, though.
No humans do not have fat bodies, like frogs, humans store their fat in slabs.
Frogs and humans both belong to the phylum Chordata.
I have heard that a frogs glottis is larger than a humans...
Humans and mammals reproduce internally along with some reptiles
frogs intestine doesn't have a villi like humans.
Frogs have to push food down their throat with their eyes, and humans do not.
Frogs do not. Only mammals