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WTFs roam???


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Posted by BlueWater on April 23, 2003 at 01:16:50:

In Reply to: WTFs roam??? posted by markc on April 23, 2003 at 01:05:59:

That makes sense... (predator movement)
Well, sounds good to me. What you described are pretty much what my frogs do. At least I know what I should expect in their normal night-time activities in case there is something out of the ordinary I should watch out for.

What you described sounds pretty normal, so I think I'm set. -thnx
p.s. What are the best lights you prefer for night-time viewing? Right now for the most part, I have those infra-red red nocturnal heat bulbs, but it's too red. So sometimes I use these moon-light colored night-glo bulbs that don't emit as much heat but look more natural.

:I don't think you have a problem. like I said if they are very active that means there is a problem. frogs don't move around alot in general. movement draws attention of the predators. active means they come out at night to look for food. mine would normally sit in the same spot every night waiting for food and then they would transit from those spots to the water and back.





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