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Baby frogs during their larval stage are known as tadpoles and have a varied diet, consisting of plant matter and insects. As they transform from the larval stage into recognizable immature frogs, they prefer insects. So... More »

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Baby frogs will eat any small insects, snails or even tadpoles. A baby frog has a varied diet and will eat any animal as long as it is small enough to digest. More »

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After hatching from its egg, a frog emerges as a tadpole. Like other amphibians, a frog undergoes dramatic changes throughout its life cycle in a process known as metamorphosis. More »

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The diet of frogs varies depending on the species; most consume insects, snails, spiders and worms, while the larger varieties consume small fish, moles, mice, and even other frogs. Frogs consume primarily organisms that... More »

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Baby frogs will eat any small insects, snails or even tadpoles. A baby frog has a varied diet and will eat any animal as long as it is small enough to digest. More »

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Different frogs have different adaptations, but generally frogs have eyes on the top of their head for seeing out of the water, a long, sticky tongue for capturing prey such as insects and sensitive skin for absorbing wa... More »

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Red-eyed tree frogs are carnivorous, preferring insects but occasionally eating smaller frogs. Tadpoles eat fruit flies and pinhead crickets, while adults dine on crickets, flies, grasshoppers and moths. More »

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