What Do Common Frogs Eat?

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Most frogs are insectivores and use their long, sticky tongues to catch prey. They typically eat flies, moths, dragonflies, and other bugs. Some frogs will eat other small animals. Frogs usually swallow their prey whole.
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European Frogs eat insects, insect larvae, wood lice, spiders, snails and worms.
Some of the foods that common frogs eat include: insects, snails, spiders, worms and even small fish. They lack teeth thus swallow their entire meal whole as they cannot chew. However, they are preyed on by snakes, foxes, dogs, bass, pike, hawks, and seagulls.
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They eat flying insects, worms and snails.
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The main predators of frogs are snakes and birds. Other things that will sometimes eat frogs are lizards, rodents, fish, and occasionally other frogs. ...
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