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Posted by LizardFlorida on April 20, 2003 at 20:43:11:
In Reply to: Making a terrestrial firebellied toad cage posted by birdznfrogs on April 19, 2003 at 16:25:08:
Maybe consider getting another pet. A terrarium is an enclosure, and frogs/toads put out A LOT of poo and urine. you simply cannot escape water changes.
Alternatively you may be able to get away with minimal water changes with ONE SINGLE fire bellied toad-and no more-in a ten gallon fishtank and have a good filtration system for water.
More than one for sure daily water changes.
:I was wondering(Sorry I tried to find posts about this already).
:I hate cleaning so much yucky, water and such. Could I have an absolute, terrestrial environment being VERY moist. Setup ideas would be great. Could I use moss as an entire substrate, bed-a-beast? I hand feed my little guys, so crickets getting lost isn't a problem.