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What are some bullfrog facts?

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The bullfrog is the largest frog native to North America. It's found from Nova Scotia to Florida and westward to the Rocky Mountains. However, it has been introduced into other areas by humans.

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The bullfrog is an amphibian and spends the early part of its life in water. The female lays masses of eggs on the surface of a pond or swamp, and these hatch into tadpoles. It takes two years or more for these tadpoles to mature into bullfrogs.

The bullfrog can grow up to 18 inches long. It can live 9 years in the wild and as long as 16 years in captivity.

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