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Posted by EllasMommie on April 16, 2003 at 13:53:15:
In Reply to: Re: More questions hee hee posted by frogresearcher on April 16, 2003 at 13:46:54:
Alrighty. The one that has all limbs is actually able to stretch up on the back legs and pop it's head out of the water. So if I drop the level to about 3 or 4 inches it should be enough for the remaining three to swim around in and keep the bigger one safe. I also have a big tree trunk decor in the water that is very easy to climb up on and the rocks form a ramp up to the land. There are also LOTS of plants that they all climb up on and hang out at the surface.
I found out yesterday about not having to feed them until the tail is gone. I was kind of bummed ha ha because I can't wait to see them munch some worms and bugs.
:When they hit get all thier limbs drop the water level immidietly if they other tadpoles havent developed yet remove them until they get all thier limbs.Then have the water just enough for the tadpole to be able to climb,dont put to much water,just about an inch that way they have a better chance of surviving,if you dont lower the water level they might drown.When there out of the wtare they wont eat at all,until thier tail is completly abosorbed.