Contrary to popular opinion, frogs aren't just selective eaters, feasting only on flies. Take the bull frog for example. They'll eat spiders, scorpions, rodents, snakes, fish, and just about anything else that passes in front of them. But how do they manage to be such eating machines?

Bull frogs don't have big claws, sharp beaks, or fangs. Yet they overcome pinchers, poisons, and spicy stingers. With the mouth as big as great outdoors, ready to swallow just about anything. They've been know to swim 20 feet to shore and hop an additional 15-20 feet, grab a meal, turn around and hop back into the pond. They've even been known to stalk birds like a lion on the prowl, eating them wing, beak, and all.


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