Our piqued interest on the bullfrog still doesn’t end so here’s a great short documentary from National Geographic on this ranid creature. This should clear up our opinions on frogs that they mainly live on flies.
From rodents, snakes, fish, scorpions and spiders, these eating machines basically eat anything that passes in front of them. They do not have big claws, sharp feet or fangs and yet overcome pincers, poisons and spicy stingers.
Known to swim 20 feet to shore to grab a meal and hop back into the pond to drown them, they strike their prey with swiftness and stealth. They are also canibalistic and eat smaller size of their own species.
Check out 1 videoclip on the bullfrog from National Geographic after the jump.