Leopard Frog - Frogs and Toads in Sutton Massachusetts
There are only five types of frogs found in all of Massachusetts. One of them is the Northern Leopard Frog, or Lithobates pipiens. Leopard frogs seem to be fairly elusive! These froggies are green or tan with round spots on their backs.
Our tadpole project was done with leopard frogs, so we have oodles and oodles of leopard frog photos at all stages of life. Tiny leopard frog tadpoles. Leopard tadpoles with legs. Tiny froglets with arms, legs, and a tail. Larger leopard frogs with no tails. They are very cute!
Leopard frog tadpoles eat algae. When they turn into frogs they eat insects like crickets, ants, bugs, spiders, and even other smaller frogs.
They like to live in grassy areas that are near water.
Frogs and Toads in Sutton Massachusetts
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