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Question 1: They are generally very similar, green with prominent black spotting (though actually more like that of a ________ than that of a leopard).
CheetahLionGolden JackalSpotted Hyena

Question 2: They can be told apart by their distribution and certain rather subtle ________, behavioral, morphological and genetic traits.

Question 3: Their range extends throughout temperate and subtropical North America to northern ________ with some species found even further south.
NicaraguaMexicoPhilippinesUnited States

Question 4: Leopard frogs, also called meadow frogs, are the archetypal "grass frogs" of ________, a collection of about 14 species within the true frog genus Rana.
South AmericaAmericasAmericas (terminology)North America

Question 5: Leopard frogs were once grouped with the ________ and relatives in the genus Lithobates.
Asiatic toadDuttaphrynus melanostictusTetrapodBullfrog

Question 6: They were subject of some pioneering studies in evolutionary ________ in the 20th century, and continue to be of much interest to various disciplines of biology.

Question 7: Leopard frogs are often used as environmental indicator species because of their heightened sensitivity to chemical pollutants found in the air and water, and they are commonly used as dissection specimens in ________ classrooms.

Question 8: Once abundant in North America, their population has declined in recent years because of pollution and ________.
Climate change and agricultureUnited Nations Framework Convention on Climate ChangeDeforestationKyoto Protocol


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