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Artwork of the internal anatomy of a frog

Artwork of the internal anatomy of a frog

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SALLY BENSUSEN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY SALLY BENSUSEN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Frog anatomy. Artwork of the internal anatomy of a frog. The bones of its skeleton are beige, and the organs are colour-coded. The eyes are the small brown circles in the skull at top. Beneath the primitive ribs are the two lungs (blue). The large liver (dark brown) is beneath these, and visible at either side. The stomach is to the left (pink) with the pancreas (yellow) immediately right of it. The stomach leads to the small intestine (light green), which in turn leads to the large intestine (dark green), the end of which, the cloaca, forms the excretory canal. The urinary system consists of the kidneys (blue) which lead to the bladder (orange).

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