The American Bullfrog is a cold blooded reptile. It is the largest frog in the United States and native to the Southeast. Their color ranges from dark green to dark brown on top and it’s belly has gray mottling. Mottling means speckled, spotted or blotchy. Bullfrogs live in aquatic habitats such as swamps, lakes, ponds and ditches. They like to live on the edge of the water where a lot of plants grow. Bullfrogs are voracious eaters and will eat almost anything that will fit in their mouth. Not only do they eat bugs and small reptiles but also mammals, such as mice, and birds. Small teeth allow them to hold onto their prey while trying to eat them. Some people hunt bullfrogs because they like to eat the frog legs.
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