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Life Cycle:Full-Grown Frog

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When the frog is between 12 and 16 weeks old, it will complete its growth cycle. Although, some frogs may take longer or shorter to complete the cycle, due to water and food intake. Frogs that live in colder places and higher altitudes can take up to a whole winter to go through the tadpole stage. Some other frogs have unique development stages that aren't exactly the "traditional" cycle. After the frogs are fully developed, they go on to find their own mates and lay eggs.

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