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    Tropicok
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    Default Wish toads would get with it

    I flooded my FB toads tank with about 2 in. of water. There is a lot of calling going on all the time but no eggs. If I want the water deeper I will have to take out all the substrate and re-do the land area. Going to Kansas for 4 days so that will be a project when I get back maybe. Frogs all have been well fed and they will fend for themselves for awhile. They have lots of humidity and comfortable temps but I will worry until I get back Monday.
    The redfoot tortoises have pigged out today on giant nightcrawlers, romaine, strawberries and tortoise kibble.

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    SethD
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    Default Re: Wish toads would get with it

    Quote Originally Posted by Tropicok View Post
    I flooded my FB toads tank with about 2 in. of water. There is a lot of calling going on all the time but no eggs. If I want the water deeper I will have to take out all the substrate and re-do the land area. Going to Kansas for 4 days so that will be a project when I get back maybe. Frogs all have been well fed and they will fend for themselves for awhile. They have lots of humidity and comfortable temps but I will worry until I get back Monday.
    The redfoot tortoises have pigged out today on giant nightcrawlers, romaine, strawberries and tortoise kibble.
    The FBT's might need a cool down period if you want eggs. FBT's will sometimes lay without a cool down period but if breeding them is your goal a cooling period will definitely increase the odds.

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    Default Re: Wish toads would get with it

    Quote Originally Posted by Tropicok View Post
    I flooded my FB toads tank with about 2 in. of water. There is a lot of calling going on all the time but no eggs. If I want the water deeper I will have to take out all the substrate and re-do the land area. Going to Kansas for 4 days so that will be a project when I get back maybe. Frogs all have been well fed and they will fend for themselves for awhile. They have lots of humidity and comfortable temps but I will worry until I get back Monday.
    The redfoot tortoises have pigged out today on giant nightcrawlers, romaine, strawberries and tortoise kibble.
    I wouldnt feed tortoises proteins of animals... Its seriously unhealthy for t hem. I also wouldnt feed t hem fruits fo rthe most part. OR anything with sugars. MAybe a strawberry ONCE a month. But even then. They need a diet of different types of hay and grasses, veggies, and plants.

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