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Green frogs (Rana clamitans) are primarily carnivores, and eat a wide variety of prey items such as insects (terrestrial and aquatic), and other vertebrates (small snakes and frogs). Green frogs are found in a wide variety of habitats that surround most inland waters, such as: swamps, ponds, lakes, marshes, bogs, and banks of slow moving rivers and streams. Green frogs emerge in April, but they do not breed until May through July. The males's call has been described as a "plunk" or "gunk" sounding like a banjo. It is a single note given once per second four or five times in a row. Females lay 1,000 to 7,000 eggs at one time and those eggs will hatch in 3 to 7 days. Green frogs on occasion are harvested for food consumption, generally known as "frog legs". They are also used for educational purposes in biology classrooms from both high schools and colleges.…
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