Bullfrog (Bull Frog) is a common English term to refer to large, aggressive frogs, regardless of species. Species commonly referred to as "bullfrogs" include:
- Bullfrog, Rana catesbeiana, a.k.a. American Bullfrog, found in North America.
South Asian Bullfrogs
Southeast Asian Bullfrog
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Bullfrog may also refer to
- Bullfrog Basin Airport, Utah
- Bullfrog Hills, a mountain range in Nevada
- Bullfrog County, Nevada, a short-lived county in the U.S. state of Nevada
- Bullfrog, Nevada, a ghost town
- Bullfrog, Utah, a small community
- Bullfrog Marina, in Utah
- Peter Bullfrog Moore (1932–2000), former Chief Executive of the Canterbury Bulldogs Rugby League
- Bull Frog is the title given to the Navy SEAL, who are known as Frogmen, with the greatest amount of service since completing BUD/S training
- Bullfrog Power, a renewable energy company in Canada
- Bullfrog Productions, a UK computer game developer
- Bullfrog International, spa manufacturer
- Green Bullfrog, a 1972 album produced by Derek Lawrence
- Bullfrog (jam band), a short-lived jam band that included Kid Koala
- "Joy to the World", a 1971 song written by Hoyt Axton, most notably performed by Three Dog Night, sometimes called after the first line of the lyrics: "Jeremiah was a bullfrog"
- Anaheim Bullfrogs, inline hockey team
- Green Bay Bullfrogs, baseball team
- Raleigh Bullfrogs, former basketball team
- Yuma Bullfrogs, former minor league baseball team
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