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Posted by EllasMommie on May 03, 2003 at 23:25:12:
In Reply to: MIA posted by ginevive on May 03, 2003 at 05:58:54:
About 20 mins after I posted I heard a pretty loud "sploosh" When I grabbed my flashlight there was a trail of coconut bedding in the water and Pepper pertched on the drift wood. Must have been hungry and came out to see what was about. I gave them some blood worms tonight because I wasn't able to get over to pick up any crickets. (hubbys birthday party) No one has been out to check out the blood worms yet so I'll just check back with them in the morning.
I'm sure once they get a little bigger and start to realise that I'm not out to get them and that I'm the food dropper we will see them a bit more.
I think I put a little too much water in yesterday when I did my change because there's about a 1/2 inch of water under the coconut fiber. I sucked it out and am watching to make sure that I haven't sprung a leak in my divider. That will just bit big time if I have to pull every thing apart and seal it up more. I really don't want to have to bother Stretch and Pepper or they will never adjust in there.
:A lot of froglets have the habit of burying themselves, maybe as protection from predators? The green frogs I raised did that, but stopped after awhile and began spending most of their time in a hollow log over a few inches of water in their tank. Leopard frogs usually either bury themselves as defense, or to seek relief from extreme temperatures.