How many species of frogs bite?



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    Technically, no species of frogs bite.  They chew, but by lacking teeth, frogs have no technical ability to bite. Only one species, the marsupial tree frog, has true teeth.  All other discovered species have no teeth.  

    There are some frogs, such as the horn-headed tree frog of South America that will clamp down on prey and refuse to let go.

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