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Frog Dissection || One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Frogs

Learn how to dissect a frog in this video, which also covers the external and internal anatomy and physiology. In this simple dissection of a frog, you’ll learn various parts of the vertebrate anatomy.


Frogs are very interesting animals, and there’s a lot to learn about their anatomy. In this video, you’ll learn general information about frogs, which will be tied into the frog’s many anatomical structures. We’ll also explain how each organ’s structure connects with its function.


Anatomy and physiology are fundamentally linked, and learning about the structures of anatomy and connecting them to physiological functions are a great way to achieve a deeper understanding of both concepts.


This dissection lab is for anyone who is curious about frog anatomy, wants to cover amphibian anatomy for AP Biology, missed the frog dissection during biology class, or just wants to have a fun time. The video will teach you how to dissect a frog step by step, and review the external and internal anatomy of the frog.


In this video, we’ll cover the following structures:

Nictitating membrane Heart

Tympanic membrane Lungs

Mouth Stomach

Tongue Kidney

Leg muscles (skeletal) Small intestine

Flexor/extensor muscles Mesentery tissue

Skin Large intestine

Liver Gonads

Gallbladder Spleen



If you want to learn more about frog anatomy, here’s a link to a website with more detailed information, as well as diagrams: https://learning-center.homescienceto...


Here is a higher level resource for frog anatomy if you’re interested: https://www.nature.com/articles/042027a0


If you have any questions regarding frog anatomy, dissection methodology, or general biology, feel free to leave a comment. We'll try our best to reply.


Website: https://www.oh-worm.com


p.s. DO frogs sleep??? We actually, truly do not know: https://www.jstor.org/stable/24314832...


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