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Wildlife of Kentucky: Green or Bull Frog



2011-05-12 - 1535 Bull Run RD, Columbia, KY - Photo by Barbara Armitage.
Is this a Bull Frog or a Green Frog? I am in need of a frog expert! I have heard this cute little guy called both a Bull Frog and a Green Frog. Could one of our must honored frog experts please explain the difference to me? -Barbara Armitage
Roger D. Smith, DMD, writes (2011-05-12): "This is probably a Green Frog due to the raised skin folds on the back. There are different types of these frogs with the Bronze Frog being the coolest one. I don't think greens are as big as a bullfrog. Hope this helps." - Roger D. Smith, DMD


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