Tadpoles don't have eggs but frogs have eggs that turn into tadpoles then frogs. Frog eggs look look little gelatinous sacks with little black dots in the middle. There are usually several of them together.
Do you mean frog's eggs? They are little black spots inside a clear jelly-like coat. When they are laid by the female frog, there are usually a large number of them and they all stick together in a large mass. It looks like a blob of jelly with lots of little black spots inside it.
Tadpole eggs have a clear coating on the outside and inside is the tadpole
Tadpole eggs look kind of green when in the right water.and they also look black in the center.(thats the tadpole)
Each frog egg is in a little bubble the bubble is inside some thing also it is in a big thing that sorrounds all the bubbles. Some bubbels are black inside the black eggs are bigger . If your black frog egg turns white it means its not firitolised. The white ones may live I'm not sure somtimes I think I see them move
R you an idiot roxy rose 78 she said tadpoles don't lay eggs
Wow! You think tadpoles lay eggs? YOUR CRAZY! Tadpoles are baby frogs! They don't stay tadpoles forever and just get bigger and bigger! Man! CRAZY!
I need to find a picture of a red spotted newt tadpole