Not at first. As a frog tadpole develops, it will first grow back legs, while looking mostly like a tadpole otherwise. Eventually it will have four legs, and still not be quite a full-grown frog. For salamanders, the front legs grow first, followed by the back legs. So yes, tadpoles do indeed have legs after they have developed for some time — the exact amount of time necessary to grow limbs varies by species.
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