froglet

noun
frog·let | \ˈfrȯg-lət, ˈfräg-\

Definition of froglet 

: a young frog specifically : one that has recently metamorphosed from a tadpole

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On Tuesday, the Houston Zoo shared photos of eleven green mantella froglets that made their debut just after the first of the New Year. Craig Hlavaty, Houston Chronicle, "Houston Zoo unveils tiny baby frogs to the world," 9 Jan. 2018 All other live-birthing frogs bear froglets—some with bizarre methods. National Geographic, "Oh Baby! Which Animal Families Lay Eggs and Live Birth?," 16 Jan. 2016

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First Known Use of froglet

1824, in the meaning defined above

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