1. Caawiye Member

    The egg of a frog is called a “frog spawn.” Frog spawn is typically laid in water and looks like a gelatinous mass of small, black dots surrounded by a clear, jelly-like substance. Each black dot is an individual egg containing a tiny embryo. As the embryos develop, the jelly will expand and become more transparent. Eventually, the embryos will hatch into tadpoles, which will then develop into adult frogs over time. Frog spawn can often be found in ponds or other bodies of water where frogs live, especially during the breeding season.

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