What is the main part of a frogs diet?

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    There are many different species of frog and they can be found all across the world (excluding Antarctica). The majority of frogs diet on insects, worms, snails, and even small fish. Depending on the frog and what environment they live in, they may also eat lizards and mice. Although frogs are notorious for having long sticky tongues to catch insects, only some frogs boast this handy feature. Some frogs lack tongues all together and use finger-like phalanges to feed themselves food. 

    There are many different species of frog and they can be found all across the world (excluding Antarctica). The majority of frogs diet on insects, worms, snails, and even small fish. Depending on the frog and what environment they live in, they may also eat lizards and mice. Although frogs are notorious for having long sticky tongues to catch insects, only some frogs boast this handy feature. Some frogs lack tongues all together and use finger-like phalanges to feed themselves food. 

     

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    Frogs are apart of the Amphibia class. They are cold blooded and their very existence is endangered due to habitat loss, disease, global warming and due to human captivity. Unlike reptiles frogs do not have scales and they breed in the water.

    Frogs generally have a diet that consists of insects. Large frogs which are between 3 to 6 inches, eat just about anything that will fit in their mouth. They will eat small mice, grasshoppers, crickets, and roaches. Large frogs have also been known to eat small turtles and small frogs! Medium to small size frogs are known to feed on blood worms, baby crickets, any insects like flies are always devoured by any frogs. Frogs in generall all eat insects.

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