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Bullfrog Frog leg conservation, protection and education is important.
As with anything,.... moderation is the key as is education. We believe that both human appetite and bullfrog frog legs can coexist in perfect harmony. The answer to frog legs is not to NOT continue to eat them. Bullfrogs in the USA are invasive and hunting them for their frog legs is very very beneficial.
Frog Leg Attention, Conservation, Protection and Preservation is a real and serious thing that should not be ignored in the USA and Overseas. Overseas Over farming, over crowding, little regulations and more don't help.
Now, does this mean that you can not still find and enjoy some nice juicy yummy frog legs, not at all. All it means is that there seem to be some issues out there when it comes to farming frogs for frog legs and the demand that frog legs put on the industry for these farms to exist as business for profit. Its all about supply and demand and there is a demand in the USA and internationally. The hunting and taking of frog for frog legs internationally is an issues because they are being over hunted. Frog farms commercially is the way to go as long as they are ran correctly and safely for the end consumer and the environment. But we say that humans and frog legs can still enjoy each other and still get along.
The bullfrog in the USA is an invasive species, meaning that its not suppose to be here. Experts state that the bullfrog is playing havoc on the environment because the bullfrogs basically eat anything in its path. They CAN also carry the _____ fungus that does not effect the bullfrog, but they can and do pass this fungus onto other amphibians and the issue is that the other amphibians will die from this fungus leaving the bullfrog to thrive and grow.
Farming of frogs for frog legs over seas can create issues with over crowding, less then acceptable farming conditions and this alone invites disease and pathogens that frogs can carry and spread. Also the taking and collection of wild frogs for the commercial market is depleting the populations of frogs of certain species that are good for harvesting frog legs for sale.
The worldwide trade in frog legs is massive, and is undoubtedly a significant contributor to the decline and extinction of amphibian populations worldwide. For example, Europeans alone consumed roughly 120 million frogs per year in the 1990's. Click Above to read more.
Every year, the French nibble away at 4,000 tonnes of frogs' legs. But that's nothing compared with the vast number being eaten in Asia, South America and even the US. And it's pushing the world's frog population towards extinction, says Jon Henley. Click above to read more.
Frog legs are still an amazingly popular food item around the world, including here in the U.S. According to a new report, an average of 2,280 metric tons of frog legs are imported into this country each year. Click above to read more.....
In this country, a plate of frog legs (or "frogs' legs" as the dish is commonly called outside the U.S.) usually brings to mind France or the French-influenced regions of the American South. Frog legs, however, are especially popular in Cantonese cuisine. Click above to read more.
Humans have been eating frogs for ages. But today the practice is not sustainable on a global scale,” said Alejandra Goyenechea, acting director of international conservation programs for Defenders of Wildlife. “Billions of frogs are traded internationally each year for human consumption. Click above to read more.
In the story of Kermit the Frog’s rise to fame recounted in The Muppet Movie, the road to stardom is paved with danger—namely in the form of Doc Hopper, the owner of a fast-food chain specializing in frog legs who wants Kermit for a singing, dancing spokesman. Click above to read more.
It was never easy being green. Now add to habitat destruction and climate change the newest danger facing frogs: the fork. Across the country and around the world, frog legs are reportedly on the rise as a popular dish, but not everyone is a fan Click above to read more.
What are the 50 State list of frog hunting laws?
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