Horned Frog Facts
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A group of animals within the animal kingdom
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A group of animals within a class
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The name of the animal in science
The animal group that the species belongs to
What kind of foods the animal eats
How long (L) or tall (H) the animal is
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The fastest recorded speed of the animal
How long the animal lives for
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The likelihood of the animal becoming extinct
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|Brown, White, Yellow|
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The preferred food of this animal
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|Rainforest and tropical swamplands|
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The average number of babies born at once
The food that the animal gains energy from
|Worms, Roaches, Insects|
Other animals that hunt and eat the animal
|Birds, Snakes, Bears|
Characteristics unique to this animal
|Bumpy skin and long, sticky tongue|
Horned Frog Location
Map of South America
Horned FrogThere are two main species of Horned Frog, the Argentine horned frog and the Cranwells horned frog, both of which are found in the wetland areas of Argentina on the tip of South America.
The Argentine horned frog is also commonly known as the Argentine wide-mouthed Frog or Pacman frog, and is the most common species of horned frog. The Argentine horned frog is native to the rain forests of Argentina but can now be commonly found throughout Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil.
The Argentine horned frog is most well known for being a voracious eater, as the horned frog will attempt to swallow anything that moves close to the horned frogs wide mouth. The horned frog tends to hunt things such as insects, small birds and mammals, lizards and other frogs, and the horned frog is often very greedy with its selection.
The Cranwells horned frog is also originally from Argentina but is hard to find elsewhere as the Cranwells horned frog is an extremely popular exotic pet particularly in North America. This is because the horned frog is a very hardy species of frog, making the horned frog one of the easier exotic pets to look after.
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First Published: 20th January 2009, Last Updated: 10th September 2018
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