What do frogs breathe?

Frogs breathe air. Frogs are able to hold their breath for a long time. They receive air into the lungs through the nostrils and skin. Breathing on land is carried out with the help of the nasal cavity and skin, which on land must be moist for this. Underwater frogs receive air through their skin.

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