Information about the Southern Leopard Frog:
The Southern Leopard Frog is a mostly aquatic amphibian found in the south-eastern third of the United States. It is a member of the family Ranidae or "true frogs." They are medium-sized frogs, growing to about 5 1/2 inches (90 mm) at the maximum in length. This species prefers shallow, freshwater habitats, such as streams, ponds or lakes, with plenty of vegetation for camouflage. The mating call is a series of abrupt, deep croaks, creating a guttural trill. The trill rate may be as many as 13 per second. Males call from shore or while floating in shallow water. Leopard Frog generally feed on insects and earthworms, but will usually try to eat nearly anything that moves that will fit in it's mouth. Leopard frogs are excellent jumpers and can often avoid predation by leaping into the water and submerging until the danger has passed. They are generally smaller than their relatives the Northern Leopard Frog and have fewer spots.
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