BULLFROG SKELETON - RANA CATESBEIANA
The American bullfrog, often known simply as the bullfrog in Canada and the United States, is a species of amphibian in the Ranidae family (true frogs). This frog has an olive green back, sides blotched with brown markings, and a whitish belly with grey and/or yellow spots. Its upper lip is often bright green, and males boast striking yellow throats. It inhabits large, permanent bodies of water including swamps, ponds, and lakes, and can usually be found along the water’s edge. Males are known to be aggressive and territorial, especially during breeding season (albeit being smaller on average than females), and have a distinct call reminiscent of the roar of a bull- hence its common name. The species is native to the United States and Canada, but has been widely introduced across the rest of the Americas, Europe, and Asia, and is regarded as an invasive one in some areas. The bullfrog generally reaches between 3.6 and 6 inches in length from snout to vent.
This genuine R. catesbeiana skeleton is finely articulated and mounted onto a polished compressed-wood base. A clear dome on top completes the casing; this specimen makes for a lovely display.
Dimensions: 5"W x 6.20"L x 3.25"D
Scientific Name: Rana catesbeiana
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