World’s Biggest Frog - Goliath frog

World’s Biggest Frog – Goliath frog

The worlds biggest Frog is the goliath frog. This giant frog is found in fast-flowing rivers in the West African nations of Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. Goliath frog can grow up to 13 inches (33 cm) in time-span from nose to vent, and weighs up to 8 lb (3 kg). This frog can live up to 15 years. Goliath frogs eat scorpions, insects and smaller frogs. However, not much is known about the goliath frog’s reproduction. Some African scholars have in progress to do more research for medical reasons.


World’s Biggest Frog

World’s Biggest Frog

Goliath frogs are now a rare species of frogs. It is in danger of extinction as it were considered to be a source of food in some parts of West Africa. Again, they were also extremely sent abroad to zoos and animal dealers to be sold as pets. To protect the Goliath frogs the Equatorial Guinean government has acknowledged that no more than 280 goliaths may be exported out of the country per year.