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What are the anatomical regions of the frog's body?

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Refer to your textbook to see if this matches.

From:

https://jsuix.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/experiment-10-external-and-internal-anatomy-of-a-frog.docx

The body of the frog is divided into two regions: The axial and appendicular region. The axial region is composed of the head and the trunk.  The appendicular region is composed of the forelegs and hind limbs.

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Karl Sagan answered

I hope you are not going to cut a from without special education. If you want to do it, you should read anatomy textbooks, at least. I mean they will give you the basic information and maybe this book will inspire you to continue learning biology and anatomy.

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