Where do bullfrogs live?
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 Columbia, California, and other western states.
They tend to live in vegetation along the edge of large, slow moving, bodies of freshwater. water in ponds
Bullfrogs live alone. So they do not generally have any symbiotic relation. But you could say a bullfrog has a mutualism, paracitism and commensalism type of relation with humans, because bullfrogs can be used for medicine, highschool dissections or bullfrogs help us and feeding their selves when eating annoying bugs like mosquitos. Again, bullfrogs live alone so, as I know, only bullfrogs have a symbiotic relation with a human.