What is the path of urine from the kidneys?
From the kidneys urine flows down the paired ureters to empty into the bladder and from there, out the bladder via the urethra.
The path of urine in male and female frogs start from the kidneys, down the ureter, through the urinary bladder. It exits through the cloaca. Most frogs, especially terrestrial species, can store their urine so they can survive if conditions become dry. Most species will spill their urine if being handled.
the kidneys filter blood and the waste goes down through the ureters, the tubes that carry urine to the bladder. the bladder holds urine until you pee it out. the tube that carries urine out of the body is called the urethra. when you are ready to pee, you relax musels in your bladder and the urine flows out through the urethra.