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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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Baby tree frogs are carnivorous and eat smaller insects, such as crickets and wax worms. Tree frogs should be fed insects that are in proportion to their size. Food needs to be small enough for the frog to easily eat. More »

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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 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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All frogs begin their lives as tadpoles that breathe underwater using their skin and gills. As the frog grows, lungs begin to develop and the frog loses its gills at it begins to metamorphose. 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 bullfrogs, which are known as tadpoles, eat microscopic vegetation. Tadpoles are entirely aquatic and live in quiet streams and pools as they waits to grow into adult bullfrogs. More »

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