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  1. Awwwwh they're so cute! and YAY snow! Thats good as, I love bears. Do you have alot of wildlife around your house?
    My Grandma said when she was in Canada she saw alot of wildlife and that it was really pretty.
  2. Woah thats cold as! Ive never really been in something under 20F, let alone -50!
    My Grandma went to Canada and she said it was freezing, but I didn't realise it was that cold.
    I dont want to be rude or anything, but do you get alot of moose and bears? lol. Just curious because there isnt any bears or moose in Australia
  3. Cool, I want a jungle python.
    haha yeah, she gets so exited everytime I get a new frog because she gets to name something. :P and thats okay
    Oh wow thats freezing! I could never get used to it being that cold, and that much snow! Just curious, how hot does it get in summer?
  4. A Marbled Gecko (christinus marmoratus), Just something simple to start off with, then hopefully later on I'll get a few snakes (If I can ever convince my mum :P)
    Thanks! I let my cousin name them, and she's four (Her names Charlotte, just like one of the frogs haha) so sometimes the names can be..interesting, haha
    Aw cute, nice names Yeah its boiling, it gets to about 40į Celsius (Not sure what that is in Fahrenheit) Iv'e never seen snow before, It hardly ever snows unless you go to the mountains here.
    Do you get alot of snow?
    If yours works I might give mine another go, good luck
    Aw sorry to hear about your wood frog,
  5. Aw too bad :/
    I think I might throw it away because I just got a new tank for a gecko and my mum is complaining about all the tanks, hahah. Thanks
    Yay, my frogs don't really like the water haha :/
    The one to the left is my whites (Eddie and Kevin) and the one to the left has my Marsh Frogs (Powder, Charlotte, Shaun and Leaf)
    Thats good, How many wood frogs do you have?
    Its already summer here :P
    And can't wait for the thread on that Iv'e tried to make waterfalls heaps of times but they have all failed :/ haha, So good luck !
    They're doing great, Eddie and Kevin are doing great in their new home, and my baby Brown Tree Frogs have grown heaps, I'll have to get a few more tanks soon so I can separate them. The Marsh frogs are good too, one of them (charlotte) isn't looking too good though, But she's old so oh well.

  6. Aw howcome?
    And Yay! I finished my 40 gallon tank too, and then pulled it all apart :/ I dont know why, I just didnt really like the look of it. This is what it looked like
    http://i1221.photobucket.com/albums/...C/IMG_1497.jpg
    http://i1221.photobucket.com/albums/...C/IMG_1487.jpg
    And yours looks good as! I'm sure Hubbie will love it,
    I just did two other tanks over the weekend, They are pretty simple but still, a good efffort for one weekend They look like this http://i1221.photobucket.com/albums/...C/IMG_2067.jpg
    Yeah I've been okay, very busy though :P Hows your wood frogs going?
  7. Hey Autumn! How ya been? Haven't talked in a while.
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    No, Not w/ heating ; but possibly with humidity?
    I'm at 50 % plus humidity with 1/2 the bottom covered w/ water. ( 4" of heated water)
    My front screen is covered w/ glass as follows:
    5 inches on the top
    8 inches open screen
    the remainder glass on he bottom

    Hope this makes sense
    Lynn
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    Autumn,
    Take a peak at the last post I made on my "vertical conversion of a critter keeper".
    Keep in mind, I'm misting with a dual Mist king head every3 hours for 8- 12 seconds each time.
    The humidity is close to where it should be -- for red eyes, anyway.
    The temp needs adjustments. My basement is 65-67 degrees F.
    I have to add heat- because it is too cold.
    Just thought you might find this information helpful on how a 100% water bottom will effect the settings for whites?
    Lynn
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    Hi Autumn,
    No leaks. Thank goodness. I have 4" water in the back 1/2 of the bottom for a week now.
    The front half will be used for a feeding area where I put a 2 inch pc of plexi , just behind the door so crickets can not escape through the lower L hand side. I used glass on the inside of the screen door. I need heat near the enclosure in the winter months. So, I was afraid plexi would warp. Actually , the glass hepled it to slide better !
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Weekly Update on My Wood Frog Vocalization Experiment :)

by frogluver on November 30th, 2011 at 12:30 AM
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Here is an update on my experiment involving Wood frog vocalizations, I apologize that I didnít update you all sooner, but with the recent death of one my wood frogs involved with this experiment, I had to put it on hold. Here are the results from my first trial, Test A, Frog 6 (aka Lilí Porker). For those of you not familiar with my experiment, here is a link to the post:http://www.frogforum.net/frogs/10993...xperiment.html Enjoy .

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An Introduction to My Wood Frog Vocalization Experiment

by frogluver on October 9th, 2011 at 01:58 PM
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Quawk quawk! Every May to April here in Fairbanks, Alaska you can hear the melodic sounds of the vocalizing male Wood frogs (Rana sylvatica). Itís one of the sure signs that spring is here and that summer is upon us. Despite the fact that

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