Leopard Frog

Leopard Frog
(also called a meadow frog or the northern leopard frog)

Lithobates pipiens


Size: The Leopard frog’s length is usually 5-9 cm.


Habitat: The Leopard frog can live in prairies and woodland. They hibernate on the bottom of bodies of water that don’t freeze.


Diet: This species of frogs eat insects, worms and spiders.


Native/ Non-native: Native to California and North America.


Status: The Leopard frog is currently threatened by habitat loss, over exploitation.


Fun Fact: The Leopard frog can live 2-4 years in the wild. A group of frogs is called an army.