Is a Frog a Carnivore?

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Frogs are typically considered carnivores, more specifically, insectivores. They eat a variety of bugs including flies, moths, and other small moving organisms. They use their large sticky tongue to catch the prey and then typically just swallow their food whole.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Amphibia Order: Anura
There is no scientific distinction between "frogs" and "toads," although most anurans are usually referred to as one or the other. Anurans have several synapomorphies that distinguish them from other amphibians.
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