A frog’s tail is essentially absorbed by the body. In this case, it is used as a food source, and legs will eventually result.
Also, swimming tails aren’t very useful for amphibians who spend a decent amount of time on land. Since their legs can both swim and leap, they’ve effectively traded up.
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