Bullfrogs

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.

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What should you use to attract a bullfrog?

a large pond with sufficent vegitation will attract many insects. if you provide that and there is bullfrogs in the area you are guaranteed to get frogs.

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Does the bullfrog have a endoskeleton or an exoskeleton?

The bull frog has an endoskeliton, which means the skeleton is on the inside.

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How many egg cells do bullfrogs produce?

20,000

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What is the American bullfrogs habitat like?

Sometimes wet, Sometimes dry.

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What are the colors of the American bullfrog?

They generally range from brown to olive green, with or without spots of a darker color of the two.

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Where do bull frogs hide?

warm humid wet places.. they need a place that is moist or else they wont survive

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What is the size and weight of a bullfrog?

Well there can't be an exact weight of course. Although I think they weigh about ...well I can't tell. Why not look it up on Yahoo!, Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Google, or Bing?

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What does the South American burrowing bullfrog eat?

Like most frogs it eats insects but i have read that they eat small mammals no idea if thats true or not.

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The bullfrog Rana catesbeiana is most closely related to the?

northern leopard frog, Rana pipiens

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Are bullfrogs poisonous?

bullfrogs are not poisonous but some bullfrogs out the outline of america are

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What is the scientific name of a bullfrog?

The Scientific name for a bullfrog is Rana Catesbiana
Rana catesbeiana (sometimes also seen as Lithobates catesbeianus)


The scientific name of the American bullfrog is Rana catesbeiana

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Do bullfrogs eat snakes?

yes they do

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Are bullfrogs dangerous?

Bullfrogs are not dangerous to humans.

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How fast do bullfrogs grow?

The Wood frog can grow to about 3 feet long! WOW!

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What do baby bullfrogs eat?

several ranges of pesticides

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What are a bullfrogs adaptation?

They live in Antartica.

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Why do North American bullfrogs eat mice?

When bullfrogs weren't invading America, neither were mice. Both are native to Asia, and the bullfrog's diet consisted of mice. When it was brought to America it started eating Florida mice.

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Is a bull frog a herbivore?

A bull frog is a carnivore, they eat flies which is a form of meat.

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What do bullfrogs eat?

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 make them very ill, so if you have one in captivity do not feed them grasshoppers! Insects, small frogs, small snakes, fish.

bull frogs can eat flies, fish, craw fish, worms, crawling insects, crabs, snakes, tadpoles.

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What does an american bullfrog eat and live?

In order for an average American Bullfrog to survive, they will eat (or attempt to eat) whatever they can get their mouths around.

Yes, bullfrogs do eat bugs like flies and worms, but if the food is scarce, they will eat whatever they can to survive. In fact, there have been instances in which bullfrogs have eaten mice and small birds.

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Where are bullfrogs habitat?

In swampy regions, they like muddy spots, like near a pond.

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Why do bullfrogs produce so many egg cells?

Because so many of their young are eaten by other critters. The idea is that they create a lot of eggs in hopes that at least a few will survive.

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How long can bullfrogs live without food?

Why wouldn't you feed your animals. What you Crazy.

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Is a bullfrog nocturnal?

Bullfrogs are nocturnal.

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How does a bullfrog protect itself?

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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