Whats a Female Frog Called?

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A female frog is simply referred to as a female. The young one of a frog is known as tadpole, polliwog or froglet. When referring to more than one frog, one uses the term army or knot. Frogs are found in wet areas and they like to live in water.
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A female Frog is called a female frog.
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