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Re: Really agree with Derek, Green's are the way to start n/p

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Posted by kennyv on March 30, 2003 at 00:03:01:

In Reply to: Re: Really agree with Derek, Green's are the way to start n/p posted by rc_racer_007 on March 29, 2003 at 18:32:08:


An expearenced herper will find it easy to keep RETF's. A novice who is VERY concerned (as they should be) of the health and well being will find it very hard to maintine proper fresh air, humidity, temperature and clean living enviorment. RETF's cannot deal with extreames. By that I mean a temperature varation of more than 5 deg. F. +/- will kill the little fells in 3 days!

I keep things easy on myself by keeping all my RETF's frogs in a climate controled room all to themselves, knowen as the FROGROOM. At present I have 141 (that's not a typo. One Hundred & Forty One) RETF's and I still worry every day......Kennyv's 2 cents.......

I hope that helps a bit

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