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 »

Frogs eat by completely swallowing their prey without chewing. These animals possess maxillary teeth on the edges of their upper jaws that are primarily used for securely holding their prey prior to ingestion. More »

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The only known predator of poison dart frogs is the Leimadophis epinephelus, a fire-bellied snake native to the Amazon rainforests that has developed a natural resistance to the frog's poison. The golden poison dart frog... More »

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In the wild, hedgehogs are carnivorous and eat insects, snails, mice, worms, frogs and snakes. When kept as pets, hedgehogs can be fed a variety of commercial hedgehog foods as well as dry cat food. Both wild and captive... More »

Shrews are omnivores, eating insects, spiders, worms, frogs, mice and some plants and seeds. The main diet of a shrew is carnivorous, with shrews preferring a meal of millipedes, earthworms, or birds rather than nuts and... More »

Gray treefrogs eat insects, spiders, mites and snails, according to the University of Michigan. They look for their food on the ground and in vegetation. They live in forested areas near water. More »

Frogs and toads eat small invertebrates such as insects, worms, slugs and spiders, and they swallow their food whole. Frogs occasionally eat larger prey such as mice. Toads do not have teeth, and the frogs that do have t... More »