Do frogs eat water striders?
im not sure if they do but i think they do because frogs eat any bug they see as i have been informed before, im pretty sure they do eat waterstriders.
It depends on what you mean by baby frogs. After they hatch they are tadpoles, then they turn into froglets, then into adult frogs. The tadpoles eat algae, the froglets eat invertebrates (bugs) found in pond water, and only they adults eat things found outside the pond water, like ants. So, "baby frogs" cannot eat ants, but when they are early adults and still small, can.
No, all frogs and toads are carnivores; which means that they eat meat. What frogs do use water lilies, or lily pads, for is this. When a tiny frog has just finished metamorphosing into a frog, sometimes these froglets have a hard time getting out of the water and they use the water lily to help them with that.