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Sunday, 24 November 2019

World's Largest Frog (5 Pictures)


The largest frog in the world is a frog known as the Goliath Frog or its scientific name is ConrauaGoliath. The frog is listed in endangered animals whose population has declined over the last 18 years.

Why is the world's largest frog less and less? because of the will of humans who believe that the frog is nourishing so that this type of frog is hunted like wild meat. Also this type of frog is sold in exotic pet markets. According to the  International Union for Conservation of Nature  (IUCN) the Goliath frog is endangered as the species declines by 50 percent in its population.

Maybe in the next 10 or 20 years we will never see and see this Goliath frog.  To your knowledge, the frog grows up to 30 cm in size and can reach 3 kg to 3.33 kg. 

These frogs usually spend the night and sit on the rocks to find food. Goliath frogs are commonly found in West African countries, Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea.

What fascinates the world's largest frog is that it is  one of the oldest amphibians in the world. As such, Goliath existed for the past 250 years in the dinosaur era The frog is said to live up to 15 years. Source