The bullfrog, also known as Rana catesbeiana, is the largest frog in North America and the US. It is second largest in the world. In the US, bull frogs are only found in the eastern part of the country, as well as northern Mexico, and Canada. They are green, brown, or black in color. The bull frog also has a distinctive call that is hoarse and incredibly loud. Bullfrogs are often raised for their legs on a commercial scale because they are eaten either fried or baked.
The American Bullfrog is the largest frog that lives in the United States. They are 3.5-6 inches long and weigh 1.1 pounds, though they can get up to 8 inches and 1.5 pounds. They hunt at night and eat insects, mice, fish, birds, and snakes. Their green and brown coloring makes them blend easily into their surroundings.
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