What Do Pond Frogs Eat?

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In the pond, frogs eat fish food as well as algae. They also feed on slugs, which can be harmful to crops in the garden. A variety of pet store foods can also be purchased for the frogs in the pond.
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Pond frogs like to eat meat. They will usually eat insects, small fish, and snails. Larger frogs can eat snakes, lizards, and even mice.
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Pond frogs are carnivores, so they like meat. The usually dine on smaller insects such as crickets, small fish and snails. Larger frogs eat snakes, lizards or even mice.
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Pond Frogs eat a variety of insects including moths, mosquitoes (and their larvae)
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