How Far Can Frogs Jump?

Answer

Frogs can jump up to twenty times their length, but most jump about 10 times their length. This is due to their long legs. This would be the equivalent of a human jumping 50 feet. The longest record for a frog jump is 33 feet and 5. 5 inches. You can find more information here: http://www.catawba.k12.nc.us/pages/techtrac/techtrac12/angela/Frogpage.html
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1 Additional Answer
How far frogs can jump would depend on what type of frog is doing the jumping. The Australian Rocket frog has been known for jumping over 2 meters in length.
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