Giant Banjo Frog:The Giant Banjo Frog is a burrowing species endemic to Australia. They are also called the giant bullfrog, or great bullfrog. This species lives in forests, swamps, savannas, and grasslands.
American Bullfrog:American bullfrogs are also called North American bullfrogs and are endemic to the Eastern United States and parts of Canada.
Asian Bullfrog:Asian bullfrogs are just one name for Hoplobatrachus tigerinus; others include the Indus Valley bullfrog and Indian bullfrog. India, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan.
Goliath Bullfrog:Goliath frogs are the largest bullfrog species in the world, with a record length of 12.6 inches (32 cm) and a weight of 7.3 lbs. The goliath frog is also the largest frog species in the world.
Jerdon’s Bullfrog:Jerdon’s Bullfrog inhabits eastern India, as well as Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bangladesh. This species lives in grasslands and open plains.
Chilean Helmeted Bullfrog:The Chilean helmeted bullfrog, also known as the helmeted water toad or wide-mouth toad, is a South American species in Central Chile. They are the world’s second-largest frog, growing 12.5 in (32 cm) large.