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Posted by compasscreek on April 20, 2003 at 07:35:36:
In Reply to: Re: same method for... posted by markc on April 19, 2003 at 22:33:06:
mark i didn't say i was going to get a red eye just that i wanted one and what was the difference betwwen it and a "beginner" frog. i'm not really concerned with activity, getting a frog has more to do with having my kids experience first hand animals/pets outside the normal cat, dog, or fish.
:like I said if this is your first frog, don't get a redeye. you won't get the viewing pleasure you think you will. the frog is not active when you are. all you will see is the frog folded up in the corner with his 'colors' hidden. for any pet the tank should be setup before you buy it. that is really just common sense. get the experimenting with temp/humidity/setup done before the frog is in the tank. why risk the animals health while you are messing around with stuff? if you have never kept a frog I strongly suggest you get a white's first. they are more active and tolerant anyway and more aggressive eaters too.