Yes, they do :)
Pond frogs mostly eat insects such as mosquiets flys and bees
No, all frogs eat live animals.
Small insects such as mosquitos and small flies. Wood frogs eat bugs. Not bees.
Frogs eat animals alive.
i forgot < IGNORE THAT ussualy bears or honey badgers will try to eat bees also hornets, frogs
Frogs are amphibians, bees are insects - there is no similarity.
They eat frogs,dead animals, and plants.
No, bees are not carnivorous and do not eat meat. They only eat nectar, honey and sugary water. There is a species of predatory wasp that will occasionally try to eat dead animals called Yellow Jacket Wasps. Wasps are not bees.
No frogs eat animals live if they are dead they will not eat it.. The frog will most likely eat flies and ants
When frogs shed their skin they usually eat it afterwards.
Golden tree frogs mainly eat crickets, but they can't be dead... they have to be live crickets, otherwise the frog wont eat them.
Frogs eat flies and bad bugs so we wont get sting by bees and other stuff. Frogs help by farting oxygen so we have more oxygen to breathe
they feed off of other dead animals
It depends on the frog and or toad. usually not but they might
they can but they just prefer to eat live ones. more fun, i guess :).
ants and dead flies and crickets mainly anything dead or smaller than there mouth