Did you know that American bullfrogs are active during the day and at night?
American bullfrogs are large, green or gray-brown amphibians with white bellies.
Least Concern - Population Increasing
Lakes, ponds, and swamps
American bullfrogs lay up to 20,000 floating eggs in water from February to October.
Insects, small mice, small fish, small birds, small snakes, crustaceans, other frogs, tadpoles, fish eggs, salamanders; and aquatic plants
American bullfrogs wait for their prey to come close enough for them to catch.
American bullfrogs are often confused with bronze frogs because both are large, green or brown frogs.
Bronze frogs have two stripes down their backs.
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