The Anatomy of a Frog similiar to a man's. They have the same kinds of organs and the same organ systems. Even though, the frog's anatomy is simplier.
A frog's body may be divided into the head, its short neck and trunk. A frog's head contains the brain, eyes, ears, nose and mouth. Because of it's short rigid neck it has limited head movement. The coelom, is a single body cavity which is formed due to the short stout trunk. All of the frog's internal organs, which include the heart, lungs and it's digestive organs are all together in this space.