A cute song about the digestive system of a frog to 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' www.showme.com Tune: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Topic: Frog A&P Slimy, slimy little frog how I wonder what you are Looking at the ventral side Do not jump up or hide Slimy, slimy little frog how I wonder what you are. When the skin is fully gone we can see what'd going on. Upon the lungs sits the heart which pumps blood from the start. slimy, slimy little frog how I wonder what you are. down below is the stomach surrounded by eggs if female. Following shortly is the cloaca exit of the digestive process. Slimy, slimy little frog how I wonder what you are.
Heart The function of the frog's heart is to power the circulatory system. It pumps oxygenated blood through the blood stream and oxygenated blood through the lungs. www.youtube.com
Liver of the Frog The liver of a frog is very important. It is considerably larger than a humans liver because of all of the toxins that are necessary to be filtered out of a frog's system in comparison to a humans. Living most commonly in marshes, a frogs liver is used on a regular basis to filter out natural and human made toxins found in their habitats.
The Mouth The mouth is the first stage of the frog's digestive system. It breaks down the food by chewing, as well as some with saliva.
Stomach The stomach of the frog is used in the digestive system to break down food and then pass it on to the large intestines.
Gallbladder The producer of bile, used to break down foods in the digestive system.
Cloaca Where any digested waste, liquid excrements, or reproductive materials are excreted from the frog's body. Essential end to the digestive system.
Interesting video about the difference between the human digestive system and the frog's digestive system. www.youtube.com YouTube

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