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    KimberlyK
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    Unhappy sick green tree frog

    My American Green Tree Frog stopped eating a couple of days ago. I have had her for a year, her color was good till this morning. Last night she kept stressing out, the thing that looks like fainting, and she would shake a little. What is wrong with her?

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    Tremors are very worrying. I'm sorry to say I think you are firmly in vet territory.
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    Thanks. She died the day I made the post. She was an adult when I got her, and we had her a little over a year. I think she may have been old for her species. She has a beautiful spot in our flower bed. I want some more.
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    Sorry for your loss Kimberly. I'm glad it hasn't put you off getting another. For what it's worth, you could be right about old age - tremors are sometimes seen in very old frogs.
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    I'm sorry for your loss
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    Very sorry for your loss. I bet she had a happy year with you though.
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    Hey guys srry for your loss but i really really need HELP!!! Ok so i have a green tree frog that is supposed to look like this- http://www.animalspot.net/wp-content...rog-Photos.jpg but insted its pure white!!!! Please help! i really need it. Btw i have one that is the normal green and one that is brown please help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanielover View Post
    Hey guys srry for your loss but i really really need HELP!!! Ok so i have a green tree frog that is supposed to look like this- http://www.animalspot.net/wp-content...rog-Photos.jpg but insted its pure white!!!! Please help! i really need it. Btw i have one that is the normal green and one that is brown please help!
    Hi, you might want to start your own thread provide more information. Such as- how long has your frog been white? Has it always been white? It's not an albino is it? If not, was this a gradual change? Any changes to it's habitat or diet? A picture of your frog would also be helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleChester View Post
    Hi, you might want to start your own thread provide more information. Such as- how long has your frog been white? Has it always been white? It's not an albino is it? If not, was this a gradual change? Any changes to it's habitat or diet? A picture of your frog would also be helpful.
    Hey srry but i cant make a thread for some reason but here are some pics.. and no when i got him he was brown ive had them for a couple weeks, they are very healthy besides the color change.. He was a bit whiter than on camera
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    Ok now he is back to his normal color of brown... i still cant belive how white he was!

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    Hi, his colour looks fine to me. I've had one for a couple of years now and it regularly changes between the colours your three show. Mine's usually brown in the daytime, the very pale green/creamy colour when the lights go out, and green for special occasions. It's just part of their awesomeness.

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    thanks btw where can we go to ask how to post a blog/forum? im so happy to know hes fine.

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