Gallery description : bullfrog

Bullfrog (rana catesbeiana) is a amphibian type animal. It usually lives in lakes, ponds, rivers and streams. The animal weights about 300g - 500g (10.5oz - 17.6oz) and average life span is 6 - 10 years. Snakes, fish, turtles predators are the dangerous creatures for bullfrogs. Look up the table below to learn more information.

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Facts about bullfrogs
NameBullfrog
LifestyleSolitary
KingdomAnimalia
Conservation StatusLeast concern
Scientific NameRana catesbeiana
Average Clutch Size20,000
Top Speed17km/h (10mph)
OrderAnura
ClassAmphibia
GenusRana
HabitatLakes, ponds, rivers and streams
Size (L)9cm - 15cm (3.5in - 6in)
TypeAmphibian
FamilyRanidae
Weight300g - 500g (10.5oz - 17.6oz)
Life Span6 - 10 years
Main PreyInsects, spiders, small fish
PhylumChordata
PredatorsSnakes, fish, turtles
Skin TypePermeable
ColourBlack, green, grey, brown, yellow
DietCarnivore
Distinctive FeaturesPowerful legs and cow-like call
Image Details
Description Bullfrog. Bullfrog Getting Ready To Jump
Width 1094 pixels
Heigh 778 pixels
File type JPG
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