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Description

The typical foods of the spring peeper include small invertebrates, such as spiders, ants and beetles. This little frog hibernates under logs and loose bark. Like the Eastern wood frog and gray treefrog, the spring peeper produces glucose, or sugar, and "freezes" itself for the winter.

Source

ODNR

Date

7/30/2009 11:13

Author

Al Staffan

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