Question by  bazjack (51)

Do white tree frogs bite?

I know there are some frogs that bite, just not sure which ones.


Answer by  Caleb14 (292)

While it is not impossible, it's incredibly unlikely to be bitten by a Whites tree frog. This is a very docile and low key species. Very few frog species are prone to biting. The bullfrog is one of the rare ones that are capable of inflicting a strong bite.


Answer by  mb (5482)

The white tree frog is basically harmless to humans. Most of the biting frogs are actually toads and are the larger species found in South America, Africa and Australia. Just don't eat the frogs.

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