American Bull Frogs
Wetlands are the link between the land and the water. They are transition zones where the flow of water. The cycling of nutrients, and the energy of the sun meet to produce a unique ecosystem characterized by hydrology, soils. and vegetation - making these areas very important features of a watershed.
Why it is important to protect wetlands
Wetlands absorb much of the pollution we produce. They filter out pollutants and slowly release clean water and oxygen back into the ecosystem so they are very important to keep as clean as possible. A huge part of maintain wetlands are the watershed commission which is people that are hired to maintain the water and make sure its not getting messed with or being contaminated with garbage or being fished out which could kill the community in the water by removing the wildlife.
In North America the Bull frog is the largest frog in the country , A couple things about them is that they are night active. Bull frogs are predators for fish, smaller frogs, sometimes even birds and snakes. Another cool fact about bullfrogs is when they stretch out completely they reach out to 36 inches. When they hunt for their food they wait for the pray to show and snatch them up and use their short front legs to eat the pray.