The answer to the question about what floating eggs are called is letter B or egg masses. It is also called a frog spawn and both terms may be used interchangeably. When a male and a female frog mate, they then begin the life cycle of another frog.
Frogs lay their eggs in masses – this would in turn split into two and then these two eggs will split into four, these four eggs will then split into six and so on and so forth – and then they will begin to develop soon afterwards. Once they lay their eggs, some frogs tend to leave while others stay to care for their little ones. However, not all eggs develop into adults because some other animals such as fish, ducks and insects eat these eggs.