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Re: Questions about Frog care..

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Posted by cold_blooded on March 17, 2003 at 17:48:10:

In Reply to: Questions about Frog care.. posted by hippie on March 17, 2003 at 17:12:30:

Your best bet would be a Whites tree frog as they are are easy to care for. You can handle them more then other frogs and they do not usually jump. They need a 15 gallon tall aquarium. It needs a tight fitting lid as they are quite strong. They need 50% humidity, this can be acheived by misting. Also cover half of the screen lid with plastic to keep humidity in. Paper towel or bed-a-beast is a good substrate. They need a shallow wtaer dish and branches to climb. They need a horizontal and a vertical hide. They like fake silk plants or real ones like pothos or ferns. They need a human heating pad set on low on one side of the tank and should have a light (as simple as a desk lamp) or a low wattage aqaurium light. Good luck

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