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    Default I'm New/Grey Tree Frog

    Hey everyone new here

    I was just wondering if anyone has every had a Grey Tree Frog?
    I just got one and I could maybe use some tips, here's what I got.

    Temperature should be 68F-78F
    Eat: Crickets, Meal Worms, Flies, Wax Worms, Earthworms, Small Silk Worms and Moths.
    Water: Changed daily, filtered or spring.

    Right now I've got him in a KK, what size aquarium should it be in when hes larger.
    Should it be more vertical or horizontal


    He's wild, my friend caught him and didn't know what to do with him but he thought it would make a good pet, I've heard about them being pets.
    Is this okay?

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    Welcome Cam!

    I have 4 gray tree frogs and I'm actually fairly new to them myself. Right now I have 3 in one 10 gallon aquarium, and 1 in another 10 gallon aquarium (3 are new so they are in quarantine right now) They prefer to be up high, so when I put them all together, they will either be in an upright 20 gallon tank or in an empty 35 gal hexagon tank that I have sitting around (tall tank)

    They like branches and leaves, so make sure you have some of that going on. What kind of substrate are you using?
    2.0.3 Hyla versicolor "Eastern Gray Tree Frogs"
    2.2.0 Agalychnis callidryas "Red Eyed Tree Frogs"

    0.0.3 Dendrobates auratus "Turquoise and Bronze"
    0.0.1 Anaxyrus fowleri "Fowler's Toad"

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    Min 10gallon tank per frog is recommended. Tree Frogs prefer to climb so a tall tank preferably atleast 24 inches is ideal. Make sure the food you are giveing is smaller than the width of its head to prevent blockage. I feed mine a strict diet of crickets dusted with calcium and the odd house fly we happen to catch. Your temp looks good make sure your humidity levels are proper as well and always clean water.

    If you havent already, read the Care sheet on Grey Tree frogs in is amazing and has lots of info needed to raise a happy healthy Grey.

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