Found in Argentina, South America, horned frogs are carnivores, eating anything that is big enough to fit in their mouth. This would include invertebrates and vertebrates - mice, birds and reptiles. In captivity we feed them on a diet of insects such as crickets and locusts and also feed them dead mice.
- Live up to 10 years.
- Egg layers and lay around 60-80 eggs a year.
- Adults grow to nearly 20 centimetres across.
- Habitat being rainforest.
- Diurnal amphibian.
Horned frogs are sometimes known as a mouth on legs as they will eat anything that will fit. They defiantly look like they are a mouth and stomach and not much else. Some frogs will eat food the same size as themselves.
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