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American bullfrog, known mononymously in Canada and America as bullfrogs, are a species of aquatic frog, usually found in swamps, lakes, or ponds. They are noted for their yellow, green, and brown coloring, and the males' distinctive grumbling roar. While these frogs are native to the United States and Canada, they now flourish in Central and South America, Western Europe, and parts of Asia.
It means it has a bloated abdomen, and will likely need to see a vet.
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a bull frog is slightly bigger than a frog and bullfrogs have teeth unlike normal frogs
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There is no parental involvement in offspring of the American bullfrogs after the eggs are laid. Newly hatched tadpoles can take up to four days to hatch and can take care of themselves.
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They burrie them self in mudd
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They eat tiny bugs or flies. They catch them with their tongue. Being a large predator, bullfrogs will eat any live animal they can overpower and fit in their mouths. This includes birds, mice, lizards, snakes, turtles, fish, invertebrates and other bullfrogs.
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The function of the liver of a bullfrog is much the same as that of humans. The bullfrog's liver aids in blood purification and secretes bile.
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The Bullfrog lives differently after the sun goes down. At night, it hunts all manner of prey and also uses its "bellowing" call to seek out females. Bullfrogs are good hunters and extremely carnivorous. They will eat virtually anything they can fit into their mouths.Bullfrogs prefer warm weather an…
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The predators of adult bullfrogs are raccoons and large birds like heron, Young bullfrogs and tadpoles have more predators, including snakes, fish, birds, and turtles. The bullfrog is a large frog, and the females can lay nearly 20,000 eggs.
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Frogs are predators, eating small reptiles, mammals, insects and fish. Their method of obtaining food is generally to wait until the prey gets near than pounce and swallow whole. As such most of the initial digestion takes place within the stomach where digestive enzymes break down the prey. The sma…
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A bullfrog can weigh up to 1.5 pounds and grow up to 8 inches in length. Most bullfrogs can be found in North America.
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The giant African bullfrog or pixie frog will eat mostly insects, stuff like locusts, crickets, worms and grubs. Because of the size of these frogs when adult they will also eat large mice, and large rats, they will pretty much eat anything they can fit in there mouth. Grasshoppers will kill them or…
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They eat algae, insect larva's, and tadpole food that you can find at wall-mart in the fish section. They are mostly vegetarian and the live in murky water at creeks and at lakes in the cat tales and where all the other weeds are. They also hang out just a little above the water under the algae.
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Predators of young bullfrogs include snakes, turtles, fish and birds. Older bullfrogs can be taken by water birds such as herons, and even raccoons. However, there are far fewer predators of the mature bullfrog, which is why their population is so strong.
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Bullfrogs can absorb things through their skin, but they mostly eat just like a normal frog would; through their mouths, using their tongues.
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Bullfrogs eat Insects, small fish, snakes, and even frogs. Bullfrogs will even eat smaller bullfrogs.
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like most frogs they eat insects
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they eat insects Bull frogs (Pyxicephalus adspersus) eat almost any insect that can fit in their mouths. They do not eat plants, but in captivity eat crickets, pinky mice, roaches and worms. (Earth worms, mealworms ect.) Bull frogs will also eat other small animals like baby mice as mentioned earl…
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If they are young the Snakes, turtles, fish, and birds eat them If they are adult the Great Blue Herons and Raccoons eat them.
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I have a bullfrog that's start croaking in spring and stops the end of summer!
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several ranges of pesticides
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they do it
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they live in parts of Florida, they live in most parts of north America and Texas, Eastern United States, ranging from as far north as Nova Scotia, all the way down to central Florida. They also live as far west as Wisconsin and the Rockies and were introduced widely throughout Colorado, British Col…
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information on bullfrogs in Iowa like there danger?or preditois?
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Things that can kill bullfrogs include pesticides and snake repellent. These things are used to remove bullfrogs. Humans also kill bullfrogs for food.
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At least dozens of minutes!
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croak
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The advantage of floating to a bullfrog means that they are able to collect insects off the surface of the water. Bullfrogs eat insects as large as dragonflies.
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The American Bullfrog is native to North America. They are found in the United States, Canada and Mexico, east of the Rocky Mountains, but have been introduced to many other localities throughout the world. In Europe and the western U.S., measures are often taken to control its spread because it com…
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It looks something like chicken mess without the white stuff
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Yes you can, you will need to find a source of flies for the toad/frog (in your case a bull frog) to supply food for the frog. also the water it lives in must be from where you found it or any other nearby waterlife pond. The frogs prefer to eat flies alive but they will eat them dead. it is harder …
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Climate and geographic location plays a big part in the period metamorphosis takes. Bullfrogs in colder climates can take up to two years to comple metamorphosis as where warmer regions can metamorph in less than six months.
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Yes, because of there bright colors.
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No but it rests
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Ponds, marshes, and streams
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a bullfrog hiberants
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-Corn Snakes are rodent specialists in nature. (Yes, they will also raid bird nests.) -Some other snakes specialize in eating frogs/toads. -Snakes that eat frogs/toads have built up a resistance to the toxins produced by frogs/toads. -Corn Snakes have no such resistance. -It might not kill the C…
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The Scientific name for a bullfrog is Rana CatesbianaRana catesbeiana (sometimes also seen as Lithobates catesbeianus)The scientific name of the American bullfrog is Rana catesbeiana
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a bullfrog appears to be the size of a 3 pound burger.When you absolutely need to know they are approximately They grow on average to be about 3 and a half to 6 inches (9-15 cm) long in body-length (although there are records of some as big as 8 inches!!), legs add another 7-10 inches (17 - 25cm) to…
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lakes and other places
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insects,arachnids,other frogs,birds,small mammals,reptiles
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The bullfrog gets its name from the deep sound it can make. It's more like the loud noise a cow or other animal would make then a small frog!-Sarai would ask since when did they start calling a cow a bull?
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bullfrogs are just the same as regular frogs but are like 2 times the size. but when bull frogs croak is sounds like a cow[ or bull] thats where it gets its name from
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A Bullfrog is a large frog that puffs the bottom of its mouth out while croaking. They are very lumpy and mostly live in swamps. When full adult frogs, they may be larger than your two hands together.
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well, it turns out that bullfrogs do not sleep! they spend their days half awake and they get their rest that way!
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Bullfrogs lay eggs, they do not get pregnant.
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Bullfrogs have several predators. Snakes, turtles, fish, and birds will eat the smaller frogs. Great Blue Herons and Raccoons prey on the larger Bullfrogs.
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yes it does
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What structures on the bullfrog enable it to hear where are they located?
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northern leopard frog, Rana pipiens
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Bullfrogs spend most of their life in the water. This is where they hibernate, breed, and hunt. During the winter months they are in hibernation. Bullfrogs can change color to fit their environment.
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The maximum lifespan for a bullfrog in the wild is estimated to be eight to ten years. A bullfrog in captivity was once recorded living for almost sixteen years.
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A bullfrog has sacculus that enable it to hear. The sacculus are located behind the eyes of the frog.
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Walk, and hop when threatened.
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a bullfrogs habitat is a pond,river,lake of any type of moist/wet enviorment.
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there are lots of weights for frog it matters how they eat and where they live...................................................... they weigh about 20 to 55 or so.
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About 6-9 months. It can take up to two years, depending on temperature and food supply, but they generally sprout legs in their second year.
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No a bullfrog is not a mammal. Frogs and toads are amphibians.
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blue n yellow /
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Yes !
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bullfrogs can barf on you and their barf is specifically made of acid so if it touches humans it can kill them or seriously tickle them so be careful
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Stealth and that sticky tongue.Addendum to above answer: American Bullfrogs begin by locating and then leaping towards their prey. They then use their tongue to catch their prey. Like most frogs, bullfrogs have a long, very sticky tongue that is used specifically for feeding. If the prey is larger …
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snakes turtles fish and birds
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A habitat is where an animal lives. A bullfrog's habitat is in a lake, pond, or river.
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The maximum lifespan of a bullfrog in the wild is estimated at 8 to 10 years with some living as long as 16 years in captivity.
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bullfrogs will eat anything that will fit into their mouth
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It eats, sleeps and poops. Amen
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they have 13
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American bullfrogs eat bugs and sometimes is they are large enough they will jump out of the witer and catch birds but their main diet is fish and stuff.
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A bullfrog, as with all amphibians, have an endoskeleton meaning the skeleton is inside their body.
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Large animals, including birds and snakes.
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Bullfrogs can breathe underwater through their skin. They can stay under water for as long as they can obtain oxygen through their skin.
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All Frogs are cold blooded
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Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana)have a voracious appetite and will eat anything that it can swallow, including invertebrates and small vertebrates such as mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, even turtles and other frogs. Bullfrogs have teeth in the roof of their mouth and a muscular tongue capable of flippi…
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What kind of a question is this? It's an amphibion. (or however you spell it.) Where did you come up with this question? CREEP!
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Yes, they are vertebrates.
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A bullfrog does have a backbone.
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Bullfrogs move around by taking short jumps.
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Bullfrogs eat insects, large individuals may eat anything that fits into their mouths, like small mammals, small snakes and young birds. They will eat preys like these no matter if they are hungry or not. Hungry bullfrogs are able to eat a larger amount of prey compared to frogs that have a full sto…
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Bullfrogs do sleep. They sleep underground from 2- 4 weeks.
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They are not the best swimmers, but if a water dish is too deep they can float
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Yes, definitely . It will puff up and bite or whip you with its tongue. All animals can protect themselves but just some do it differently. They also use camouflage to hide from predators.they blend in and change their skin color
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Bullfrogs can be found in almost all the continents of the world except Antarctica.
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In swampy regions, they like muddy spots, like near a pond.
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They use the same methods as us, and that is the wondrous things of condoms
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Well, depending on the type of bullfrog it is, they generally tend to eat only living organism. Mostly mice, baby birds, or anything that it can fit into its mouth.
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Yes, it probably could if it tried. The thing is, owls don't usually eat bullfrogs, they eat small rodents like mice. But as I said, it would be able to if it had to.
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The bullfrogs get food from the wild. They live in conditions that allow them to get food just like any other animal.
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Oklahoma designated the bullfrog, Lithobates catesbeianus (formerly Rana catesbeiana), as the official state amphibian in 1997. The bullfrog is the largest frog in North America and can be found throughout the state of Oklahoma (although it prefers larger, deeper bodies of water, it can be found in …
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I am not sure but my cat is definitely aware that the bullfrog is out there in the pond- I have seen her slinking about when she gets close - I think he may be too fast for her as I try not to make him comfortable whenever someone approaches - I don't want to lose him.
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it can live up to 8-10 years. but i hear the longest is about 15-16 years!
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they crock and scare you
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nothing
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Bullfrogs come from Africa, hence the name the African Bullfrog.
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Yes. All amphibians ar ectothermic.
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about 3 poundsthree pounds
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