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Posted by RussS on April 22, 2003 at 14:11:44:

In Reply to: Other Friends posted by RussS on April 22, 2003 at 14:09:05:

::could you please check any number of posts on here. the simple answer is no. we discuss this every day. first of all frogs are not social. they do not need friends. then there is the obvious that different frogs have different care requirements. redeyes are difficult enough to keep without giving them added stress.

:Wow, it is good to know that not all the other forums have keepers as ignorant as you people. I know they are not social and need different care. Was just looking for something to keep the day busy.

Oh by the way, RETF are the easiest animal I've ever kept. So, I advise you never to go past your limit.




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