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Posted by hippie on March 17, 2003 at 17:12:30:

Hey, everyone! I don't have a frog yet but plan to be getting one within the next year or so. Right now I have a Red Eared Slider turtle and a Mali Uromastic lizard so a know the basics of reptile care and know a little about Amphibian care. I wanted to post for some info about frogs way before I get one, like I always do b/c I feel thats its of the most importance to know about the pet before you get it. I was just wondering what would be a good "starter" frog? Any links/photos please post. Also, any basic frog keeping tips such as lighting, cage size, food, calmest to handle, etc. I know that stuff is based on what type I get, I just want to know a little about a few good starter or easy keeper frogs. Thanks so much for any help!

-CHER


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