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A giant frog of West Central Africa.
- ‘However, adult goliath frogs feed on a variety of food items including, insects, fish and other amphibians.’
- ‘In the fifteen-year period from 1989 to 2004, the number of goliath frogs dropped by more than half.’
- ‘Despite their enormous size as adults, eggs and tadpoles of goliath frogs are about the same size as those of other frogs.’
- ‘The shy and elusive goliath frog, is the largest known frog.’
- ‘No one knows how many goliath frogs are left in the population and if the population is growing or shrinking.’
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