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What do albino frogs eat?

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Albino frogs are predators, and like many other amphibian species, they eat almost anything smaller than them. Frogs prefer to eat live food, such as flies and crickets. Albino frogs eat brine shrimp, meal worms and other commercial fish food sold in pet stores.

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An albino frog eats spiders, grasshoppers and many other live insects. Albino frogs eat anything that moves, and they even eat smaller frogs. Frogs focus on movement, so ripples in the water attract them to inanimate food. Albino frogs stalk live prey using smell and touch. They use rocks and other objects as camouflage to wait for the unsuspecting live food.

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