Great advice, friendly people, and lots of frogs!
Almost two weeks have passed since the gray tree frog tadpoles hatched, and they are growing so quickly! It's all thanks to the Omega One freshwater flakes I'm feeding them. The tadpoles just can't get enough of that stuff! When they first hatched, the tadpoles were about 1/8 of an inch. Now they are about a 1/2 inch! I did have some casualties, though. Two tadpoles died during the transfer to the new tank. A third tadpole died when it got sucked up in my cleaning tube! I use a thin
Updated June 13th, 2012 at 01:15 PM by Abigale
My not so smart husband sprayed Raid in the same room I have my crickets cage in. He is telling me he sprayed opposite side more so by our garage door but the fumes were strong when I went in that room. I removed the crickets cage right away but they were in there for at least 30 min before I knew what he had done. Will my crickets still be safe for my Red-Eyed Leaf Frog's?
Can anyone help me, I found a dark grey toad with bright yellow spots on it`s back, it came out of a mole hole, puffed itself up, walked with stretched legs and dug itself into the soil as a mole would have done.
The gray frog tree frog eggs have hatched into TINY and ADORABLE tadpoles! There are probably several hundred in the 10-gallon tank, so tomorrow, I will move 50 to a new tank and release the rest. I wish I could raise them all! These little guys hatched on May 17th, so they are not quite ready to eat real food yet (right?) Do you think raising 50 tadpoles in a 10-gallon tank is appropriate? Please educate me!
Here are the little babies! My camera isn't good
Updated June 13th, 2012 at 01:13 PM by Abigale
Hello, this is probably the only post Iím going to write but hopefully someone will find it helpful as when I was researching the topic there was very limited information in regards to Fire bellied toads and dropsy. I myself am an owner of 2 Fire bellies whom Iíve had for almost two years. One of them has a poorly developed front foot and at first had trouble feeding so he readily took feed of tweezers as it must have been easier for him, but eventually he learned to hunt for himself; the other