paleoillustration:

Beelzebufo, the dinosaur eating frog, by Todd Marshall

Etymology:

The generic name Beelzebufo is a portmanteau of Beelzebub (a Semitic deity whose name may be translated as “Lord of the Flies”, sometimes identified either as one of the chief lieutenants, or alter ego of the Christian Devil) and bufo (Latin for “toad”).

Common names assigned by the popular media include “Devil Frog”, “Devil Toad” and “The Frog From Hell”. Wikipedia

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