Frogs are able to remain underwater for extended periods of time, thus allowing them to dive pretty deep. Most frogs in North America live near ponds, marshes, swamps, lakes, and streams. They are able to dive to the bottom of most of these waterways because they are not extraordinarily deep. The limiting factor is how much oxygen the frog has and its ability to swim to the bottom of the pond or other waterway.
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