African Bull Frog
African Bull Frogs are often mistaken as toads due to their size
The African bullfrog is one of the biggest frogs on earth. Only the Goliath frog is bigger. It lives mostly in the central part of sub-Saharan Africa. It is a voracious eater and will swallow anything it can tackle and fit in their mouth.
The skin of frogs differs from the skin of humans and other mammals in that it needs to be shed in one piece from time to time. It first splits down the back, then splits across the animal’s belly. This allows the frog to pull its arms and legs out of the old skin then work it off its head. The frog then eats its old skin.
Are BULL FROGS suitable for your encounter?
Happy to be stroked
Suitable for all ages 7+
Suitable for groups of 10 or less
Suitable for indoor and outdoor events (in the warmer months)
our BULL FROGS
Jabba is one of two African Bull Frogs that live here at the sanctuary.He arrived in 2021 when an animal collector was downsizing on their species.
He loves to sit and often jump which always causes much hilarity.