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A: The Oregon spotted frog was designated as a ‘threatened’ species by the US Fish and Wildlife Service on August 28, 2014.
They currently inhabit areas of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.

This water-loving frog enjoys shallow ponds and marshes, which tend to be vulnerable to changing water levels.

Oregon spotted frogs like to stay put in a given location, hiding under the cover of aquatic plants. They use their camouflaging tactics to sneak up on tasty looking insects.

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