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Hey Guys! FrogLover2009 here and yesterday, while sipping coffee, I started drawing a blueprint of my house....I thought to myself "Gosh, what a large amount of backyard space just sitting there..." I am not quite good at gardening, but great at Toad Care! I am thinking of building my own toad habitat in the backyard, where toads can thrive, along with a station for hibernation. It's just a drawing for now, but....I mean it sounds like a nice idea....they would be fences off in their
Pretty Gruesome huh? I know, but this can be prevented.
The real video of this poor frog is here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZ0lqK9bXcg
It shows a live moving parasite in the eye....it can't just happen to these animals...it has been known to happen
Red-Eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas)
Thanks to their big bulging red eyes, it's not hard to recognize red-eyed tree frogs! This alien-like feature is a defense mechanism called "startle coloration." When the frog closes its eyes, its green eyelids help it to blend in with the leafy environment. If the nocturnal frog
The bullfrog is a member of the Ranidae family. When the term “bullfrog” is used, it usually means the American bullfrog. The bullfrog is named as such because their deep and loud croaks make them seem larger than they are. These large croaks are used to keep enemies at bay and help
I find myself reading a lot of frog and toad books. It always intrigues me when I read any book on them simply because there is still so much (including new species, medical information, and new conservation) there is to learn and understand about them. I read so many various things lately on mutations as well. I was wondering if anyone else feels the same way as far as with frogs and toads. ----- Tina Marie Carter