What are the similarities and differences between the front and hind limbs of a frog?

The frog is a representative of amphibian living creatures. They are also called amphibians.
The frog’s body has four legs, which are paired: the hind and the front. The limbs are divided into three sections.
The hind limb is divided into thigh, lower leg and foot. There are five fingers on the foot, which have a membrane between them. The forelimb includes the shoulder, forearm, and hand. The frog’s hand has four fingers. The hind legs are longer and stronger than the forelegs. The hind limbs play an important role in the movement of the frog, both in water and on land.

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