African dwarf frogs eat worms, gammarus and shrimp. Dwarf frogs kept as pets can be fed fresh or frozen brine shrimp, beef heart and tadpole bites, which are pellets containing vitamins and minerals, fish meal, fish oil and brewer's yeast.Know More
Pet African dwarf frogs eat a variety of foods to which their wild counterparts are never exposed such as beef heart, which is the heart of a cow. However, worms are a popular meal that both wild and pet frogs eat. Popular types include bloodworms, nightcrawlers and earthworms. Although frogs prefer fresh meat, they also eat frozen worms as long as they are cut into small pieces. However, bloodworms should never be fed live to frogs because they contain hooks, which make it difficult for the frog to swallow.
Wild African dwarf frogs very rarely eat insects. Instead, they feed on crustaceans, worms and bug larvae. Shrimp is one crustacean that is popular among wild frogs because they are native to the Congo River where the African dwarf frog lives. Gammarus is another type of crustacean that both wild and pet dwarf frogs can eat. These long crustaceans have 13 body segments and live around freshwater habitats such as rivers and lakes.Learn more in Frogs
The feeding behavior of glass frogs is not well studied, but they appear to primarily eat small insects and arthropods. Glass frogs have been observed hunting insects in the dense vegetation beside tropical rivers. In captivity, glass frogs are fed fruit flies.Full Answer >
Leopard frogs eat varied diets of ants, flies, worms, smaller frogs, and even small birds and snakes. They may also eat other frogs of their own species. Leopard frogs hunt by sitting very still and waiting for prey to appear before surprising the prey by suddenly pouncing and trapping it in their mouths. Leopard frogs are carnivores, which means that they eat only other animals.Full Answer >
Frogs eat any live fish that is small enough to fit into their mouths. Many pet frogs are content to eat guppies, minnows and goldfish of the appropriate size.Full Answer >
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.Full Answer >