How do frogs catch insects?
Frogs swallow their food whole so teeth are an unnecessary burden and have been dismissed. ---- Actually, frogs do have teeth. They are carnivores and, not only do they catch and eat insects, but they even catch tiny mammals such as bats. However, frogs do not use their teeth for chewing, but for gripping the food. Frogs' eyes actually push down into their heads to help with the swallowing process.