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Hello, my names Emilee. I have had a Aquatic African Clawed Frog for about 6 years now. I just recently upgraded him from a 10 Gallon to a 20 gallon tank on tuesday. He hasnt ate since, with the exception of today. i gave him some mini krill. (what he usually eats) and right after he got done i noticed a burping/hiccuping type of sound and he would release bubble. ( remembering hes aquatic) Is this normal?
So yea i adopted my Pac-Man a little over a year ago, i got told it was a Female so i named her OPRAH, i did a little research on the croaks ect, then found out a great way to figure out whether your Pac-Man is a M/F. The Males have nuptial pads on there front arms near their back finger which are brownish grey darker than their skin Females will not nave this. So Pac-Man when i first got him he was very fiesty would not eat, didn't eat for two months tried pinkys,worms,fish,crickets ect he would
Hey Guys - Finished my 2nd attempt at making a mini jungle and figured I'd post some pics of the process! I let it grow in a little it and currently only have 2 Phyllobates Bicolors living like kings. Hopefully a King and Queen
Well here goes:
I skipped a few steps in pictures up until this point but basically I made small ledges and cliffs out of egg crate. The plan being in a 55 g tank I'd have a feature of about 5 gallons of accessible water.
Updated June 28th, 2012 at 09:23 AM by leemowac
Originally Posted by quarterback26 My tadpole is starting to get his legs! they are really tiny, but I am SO EXCITED! When his back legs are grown in, what do I do differently? What about when he is a fully developed frog? Thanks!
I have been keeping spadefoots for about 6 years now. My collection currently consists of New Mexico Spadefoots (spea multiplicata), Plains Spadefoots (spea bombifrons), Couch's Spadefoots (scaphiopus couchii) and Eastern Spadefoots (scaphiopus holbrookii). Unfortunately, I have learned that spadefoots are not common in the pet trade. Because of this, I've encountered a lot of trial and error when it came to housing spadefoots. They're burrowing toads,