I have two pet frogs. I have had one for 6mo. and the other for4mo. they tend to live longer if their habitat is tended and kept clean. But it still depends. you never know if they are sick. i would say in the wild, about a couple years without being eaten. :)
It turns out that very little is known at all about the natural lifespan of frogs. Partially, this is because it's pretty hard to track a frog all its life! (I guess they haven't figured out a good way to put little tiny collars around their necks!)
However,some records show that in captivity, many species of frogs and toads can live for surprisingly long times. They seem generally average somewhere between 4 and 15 years!
Recently I ran across a page where people were posting data about how long their species of frogs had lived in captivity.
The longest lifespan entered was a European Common Toad (Bufo bufo ssp.) at 40 years!!!!!
Other species which live to ripe old ages include:
* Giant Toad (Bufo marinus): ranging between 7 and 24 years
* Green And Black Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobates auratus): ranging between 7 and 17 years
* Oriental Fire-bellied Toad (Bombina orientalis): ranging between 11 and 14 years
* Ornate Horned Frog (Ceratophrys ornata) ranging from 5 to 12 years
It really depends on the species. Some frogs only live for two or three years. Some frogs take this long to develop from a tadpole into a frog in the first place! Most frogs live about five to ten years in the wild, but my personal favourite Litoria caerulea also known as Common Green Tree Frog or White's Tree Frog, is recorded as living for twenty-seven years in captivity. It varies. Some species live longer than others. In the wild they probably average at oh, seven.
frogs usually live form 5 or 4 years i had a bull frog it only lived for a total of of 4 and a half years
about 10 years.
5-15 years in the wild. They have been known to live longer in captivity. One toad supposedly lived 40 years in captivity.
It turns out that very little is known at all about the natural lifespan of frogs. Partially, this is because it's pretty hard to track a frog all its life! (I guess they haven't figured out a good way to put little tiny collars around their necks!) However, some records show that in captivity, many species of frogs and toads can live for surprisingly long times. They seem generally average somewhere between 4 and 15 years! Recently I ran across a page where people were posting data about how long their species of frogs had lived in captivity.
The longest lifespan entered was a European Common Toad (Bufo bufo ssp.) at 40 years!!!!! If you want to know how long your favorite type of frog might live in captivity, try looking it up in this database of longevity that includes entries by all sorts of amphibian (and repile) breeders:
REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS IN CAPTIVITY - LONGEVITY HOMEPAGE: FROGS & TOADS ( is taken from Google s) Thank You
most bullfrogs can live to 10-12 years in the wild the average about 4-15 years in the wild while some like the European common toad can live 40 years!
Between 4 and 15 years.
4 to 15 years 4 to 15 years
This varies tremendously with the species. The Green Tree frog of Australia, for example, can live for an average of 16 years in captivity. On the other hand, some of the larger species can live for up to 40 years.
two to three years
They live for 7 years
Most frogs don't live for too long, but once, it was recorded that a European Common Toad lived for 40 years. This was an extraordinary discovery and it opened up a new world in the study of frogs.
A common tree frog can live up to 24 hours in captivity.
I have had mine (which was caught in my yard) for 3 days now. I do not think that the 24 hours is any where near accurate. You need to have a good environment for them and make sure they have food and water. (crickets)
As a rough guide, the Australian Green Tree frog lives for an average of 16 years in captivity.
The life span of a glass frog is 3 1/2 years.
Frogs will live 5 to 10 years. In captivity they have been known to live longer. A captive toad once lived for 41 years in captivity.
The earliest frog appeared on Earth about 190 million years, or during the Triassic period. During this period, many reptiles and amphibians roamed the Earth.
Actually, a toads lifespan can be up to 40 years. Frogs typically live shorter than toads because they are not as robust. So with frogs you can expect a maximum life span of 15-20 years.
Common Frogs live for 10 to 15 years
well frog die after 20 years
What necessities of life does the frog get from the bromeliad
The sea turtle has the longest known life span of all known sea animals. The dolphin is the longest living mammal.
An Ostrich doesn't become a tadpole. Also it won't spend most of it's life in water.
No, because frogs still need water to reproduce. That said, an adult frog can live on land its whole life and be okay.
Usually a frog will live from 4 - 15 years depending on the environment. A frog in the wild will probably live longer than a frog in captivity but have the threat of a predator coming to eat it or just kill it. The longest life span a frog has ever had was a European Common Toad which lived an extraordinary 40 years.
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My husband was diagnosed is 1999. He was given a two to five year life expectancy, and is doing as well today, 2012, as he was then!
What necessities of life does the frog get from the bromeliad
the white - footed trilling frog's life span is approximately 2 - 3 years, however some have been known to live for six.
All of a persons life
im not sure its possible
4 to 6 yearsBecause there are many species of tree frog on several continents I will give you the two most well know.The American Green Tree frog HYLA CINEREA Has a life span of 2 to 5 years in captivity.The Australian Green Tree Frog LITORIA CAERULA Has a life span of 16 to 20 years. If the tree frog is living under good conditions, the longest it can live is about 14 years.
There are numerous number of life cycles in a frog's life cycle but it is best to say that the frog has 3 stages.The stage are the egg stage, the tadpole stage (young) and the adult stage (frog)!
the frog goes through a metamorphasis