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    Default Is this something to be concerned about?

    Iíve seen posts about FBTís turning black and I was concerned because one of ours is darker than the other.
    Both have been observed eating crickets but the brighter colored one is a bit more active than the dark one. Just trying to be proactive Incase itís stress or illness.
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    Default Re: Is this something to be concerned about?

    No, not to worry. They can, at will, change their color from charcoal to bright green. Mine are often very dark. And yet there's mornings where I greet a bunch of bright bright green frogs.

    It's how they blend in. Totally normal and way cool actually.

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    Default Re: Is this something to be concerned about?

    Thank you for your response.

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