Liquid waste leaves from the kidneys by way of the ureters to the urinary bladder. Solid wastes leave from the large intestine pass into the cloaca. Liquid and solid waste material leave the frog by the cloaca and the cloacal vent.
Tadpoles excrete ammonia and frogs excrete urea
Yes, frogs do have a bottom to excrete out of. All humans and animals have butts, how would they empty unneeded food that they ate out of their bodies without butts?
Frogs reproduce/respire and excrete more waste than insects meaning a larger biomass to the population of frogs, frogs are larger needing more energy and food (insects) to survive
They "excrete" oxygen, which for them is a waste product. They "excrete" oxygen, which for them is a waste product.
Yes, cows do excrete.
the bladder excrete pee
Yes, cats excrete.
They excrete urea....
they excrete a natural substance that humans excrete as well, this is called poo
Lungs excrete carbon dioxide and kidneys excrete urea and other substance
plants excrete by giving out oxygen
yes plants do infact excrete
Many bacteria excrete urea.
Ferrets excrete to get rid of waste
lizards excrete uric acid
They excrete by diffusion
Yes. All animals excrete.
All living things excrete.
Penguins excrete through their anus
Lungs excrete carbon dioxide.
yeast excrete CO2 after they undergo respiration.
Yes they do. If you eat, you must excrete.
giraffes excrete waste by the bowels and regurgitating