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Frogs are amphibians. Amphibians spend part of their lives
under water. Young frogs start their life in water as tadpoles.
First, the female frog lays lots of eggs so some will survive from
being eaten by fish and other animals. The eggs are smakk and often
laid inside white foam.
Next, the eggs hatch into tadpoles. Tadpoles have gills so
they can breath under water and a strong tail to help them swim.
As the tadpoles grow bigger, they start to change because
they need to become a frog. Their tail becomes smaller and they
begin growing legs. The back legs grow firs followed by the front legs.
Tadpoles also start to develop lungs because they have to be
ready to breathe on land when they become a frog.
Tadpoles may be found in billabongs, lakes, swamps or even
in puddles after heavy rain.
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Wax Cap
Inside the Honey Stomach
Nectar
Water
Nectar
in cell
1. From where do the bees drink nectar?
The bees drink nectar from
the flower
2. How do they drink it?
The bees drink nectar by
using its long tongue
Long Tongue
3. Inside the honey stomach, what does
the enzyme change nectar into?
glucose
The enzyme change nectar
into fructose and glucose
fructose
2. After the bee return to their hive, what
do they spit from their honey stomach?
They spit nectar from their
honey stomach
Spit nectar
5. What happen to the nectar after the
heat evaporate the water?
Water
It changes into honey
Nectar
in cell
6. How do the bees cover the cell?
Wax Cap
They cover the cell with a
wax cap
First, bees drink nectar from flowers using their long
tongue. Their tongue helps them to reach the nectar
inside the flower.
Then, bees store the nectar in a special sac called
a honey stomach. Inside the stomach, special enzyme
changes nectar into two sugars called fructose and
glucose.
After the bees return to their hive, they spit the
nectar from its honey stomach into one of the cells.
Next, the heat in the hive evaporate water from
the nectar and it turns into honey.
Finally, the bees cover the cell with a wax cap.
Bees are the only insects which produce food for humans.
The food the honey bee produces is unique, good tasting, beneficial
and nutricious. So, how does a bee make honey?
First, bees drink nectar from flowers using their long tongue.
Their tongue helps them to reach the nectar inside the flower.
Then, bees store the nectar in a special sac called a honey
stomach. Inside the stomach, special enzyme changes nectar into
two sugars called fructose and glucose.
After the bees return to their hive, they spit the nectar from its
honey stomach into one of the cells.
Next, the heat in the hive evaporate water from the nectar
and it turns into honey.
Finally, the bees cover the cell with a wax cap.
Thousands of worker bees can produce over 200 pounds of
honey for the colony in a year. Imagine if there are no bees on this
earth!

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