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The forebrain of a frog consists of

A
unpaired diencephalon
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B
foramen magnum
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C
optic lobes
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D
medulla oblongata
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Solution

The correct option is D unpaired diencephalon
The brain of a frog is divided into three regions: forebrain, midbrain & hindbrain. The forebrain consists of cerebrum, olfactory lobes and unpaired diencephalon. Diencephalon is present at the posterior end of fore-brain. Optic lobes are a part of midbrain. Medulla oblongata is a part of hindbrain along with pons & cerebellum. Medulla oblongata passes through an opening present at the base of skull known as foramen magnum. The medulla oblongata continues posteriorly as spinal cord.

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