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    I was wondering how fast a pacman frog grows, and how long will it take for it to reach full size. I bought one 2 months ago, and its already tripled its size. Is that normal??

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    They can reach about adult size in 3 or 4 months under optimal conditions. I think 6-12 is more typical.
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    oh ok, he grows really fast, and he rarely moves. Once he stayed in one spot for 3 days!

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    Yea Jon I bought a Green Pacie and wanted to know how long it would take for me to see actual growth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Froggyman View Post
    I was wondering how fast a pacman frog grows, and how long will it take for it to reach full size. I bought one 2 months ago, and its already tripled its size. Is that normal??
    I was thinking the same today, i got little just 1' baby ornate at the end of august, today it is 3.5' - more then tripled its size in 1.5 month and now is almost same as my adult cranwelli. it probably has something to do with it's appetite right now I'm feeding every second day, alternating pacman food and nightcrawlers, but today i had to move it's tank, so he saw my finger on a glass and lunged at it, gosh it is getting scary to change the water.
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