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Originally Posted by RandaRM Hey everyone,
I have African Dwarf Frogs, a male and a female. Everytime they mate the tadpoles die within a week. So when they started mating in September I decided to keep a bunch of the eggs with the expectation that only a few would live...WRONG!!! I know have about 60 tadpoles/froglets all between 5 and 6 weeks of age (from mulitple hatchings). Does anyone know how deep the water can be? They're all in the same 5 gallon tank. I'm afraid to fill it up too high in fear
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!
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
A week ago we spotted an albino tadpole in our garden pond,he's very shy he doesn't swim across the pond like the others(all blank) he goes around the edge.
I'm curious to know what the chances are of him getting to adulthood.