Is there a frog that sounds like a pig?
Why is it called a pig frog?
The call of the pig frog is a low grunting sound, giving the frog its common name. DISTRIBUTION: Pig frogs are found in the Coastal Plain of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina and throughout Florida.
Where do pig frogs live?
Pig Frogs are native to the Southeastern United States and enjoy the lakes, marshes and swampy regions the Southern States have to offer. One favorite habitat of Pig Frogs is cypress swamps. These frogs are also very fond of the vegetation-filled marshes found between South Carolina to Texas.
What kind of sound does a frog make?
Frogs can make all kinds of sounds including clicks, whistles, grunts, and trills. Here's a run-down of the types of calls they make and why and how they make them. Mating Calls: The number-one reason frogs call is to attract a mate. And almost all male frogs make mating, or advertisement, calls.