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Kink in tail


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Posted by EllasMommie on April 28, 2003 at 09:48:33:

In Reply to: Kink in tail posted by ginevive on April 28, 2003 at 05:59:15:

Ok I'll keep my eye on it. It only has back legs right now but they are growing FAST and this ine eats like a PIG!! I watched it eat a WHOLE algea sinking waffer all by itself in a matter of 15 mins! Talk about a fat little guy! He's not quite so fat now two days later.

I'm stilll worried about Freckles though, the one that isn't developing any back legs though.

:I would just keep an eye on him and make sure he's eating good. It could be the tail is just being absorbed unevenly by the growing froglet. If he is moving around good, not lackluster and just "hanging there", that's a good sign. tadpoles that dont make it are usually unactive and lethargic.





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