The eggs are called spawn, and are fertilized outside the frog's body.
Frogs have external fertilization.
a frog reproduces by mating with the opposite sex and will lay eggs and get tadpoles
the male frog will push the tummy of the female frog then it will be pregnant
Actually, frogs don't have intercourse. The female frog discharges eggs into water and the male frog sheds sperms over the eggs.
Frogs reproduce frog spawn. They usually reproduce hundreds!
Not all frogs are asexual but some species of frogs and lizards can reproduce asexually. These frogs reproduce by laying eggs that do not require fertilization; a process is known as parthenogenesis.
Frogs and toads are sexual because they are not one-celled organisms that split to reproduce. Frogs/toads need two parents to reproduce.
sex, just like anything that can reproduce
many times, when they are adults, they reproduce.
Leopard frogs reproduce sexually.
yes such as bromelias
they dont asexually
Tadpoles do not reproduce as they are just baby frogs or toads. Although when they get older and grow up then they shall reproduce.
Most common frogs produce frogspawn in February.
They reproduce sexually.
Frogs, Mosquitoes, Fish and other aquatic animals reproduce in water
Frogs are sexual. They reproduce sexually, and all hatch from eggs. Frogs lay eggs in water, and the eggs hatch into tadpoles that grow into frogs.
Narrow mouth frogs reproduce sexually the type of sexual reproduction is fertalization. Fertalizaion means where the male fertalizes the womens egg with sperm
Externally fertilize eggs.
Bacteria reproduce through asexual means, such as binary and multiple fission. Leopard frogs, on the other hand, reproduce using sexual means.
Sickness will speed because frogs eat them and then mom and dad will reproduce and that goes on and on.
Frogs. They are amphibian.
Frogs, Lizards, and other Amphibians