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Inviato da Colin on Luglio 21, 2000 at 20:41:01:
In Reply to: Re: White's Tree Frog Terrarium Set Up posted by Ken Blumreich on Luglio 20, 2000 at 00:04:12:
We currently have a dozen or so green tree frogs that are some where between the tadpole and the frog stages. What we have done is set up an aquarium so that half is submerged in water and the other half is a range of ferns and other plants frogs enjoy. I have not put any soil down, but we have a pond out the front, we do not chlorinate it, just keep fish in it. I take some of the residue from the bottom of the pond, and use it to line the bottom of the tank. this does not seem to harm the frogs in any way, and they seem to thriving in there. They are now growing quite fast and we will probably release them as we approach the summer.
Stay in contact, I would like to know how you go. Are you at all interested in snakes? I am hoping to get a green tree python.