The American bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) is simply called the bullfrog in Canada and the United States, and is a large frog that grows naturally in eastern North America.
What are the names of the bullfrog genus and species?
Lithobates Лягушка-бык / Род
Is the bullfrog a toad?
They are called "true frogs" because of their generalized body shape and life history: so-called common frogs. Members of this family include bullfrogs, common frogs, green frogs, leopard frogs, marsh frogs, picarel frogs, and wood frogs. The term toad tends to refer to "true toads".
Where can I get the name of the bullfrog?
How was the North American bullfrog named? Males protect the territory, call from the territory, and attract females to the territory to mate. This call is commonly known as a frog because it is reminiscent of the roar of a bull.
What is the bullfrog known for?
Bullfrogs in North America help control pests. They are important for medical research because their skeleton, muscles, digestive system, and nervous system are similar to those of other animals. They are often hunted for meat (frog legs).