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Posted by johnv on May 01, 2003 at 01:27:07:
In Reply to: Green Tree frog today posted by johnv on April 30, 2003 at 18:54:49:
I really never thought much of amphibians! But yes we use chlorine free water. We have all the knowledge to take care of the frog. I did enough research on care an husbandry, thats not an issue. I was simply curious about that frog I cought and released. The pet store said it was a "green american tree frog" and I sure as hell know the one I cought was american too. Tree frogs are pretty fragile, so I wont bug them or handle them like my Blood Pythons. I have to wonder though...in Wisconsin, 1992 maybe, I cought a frog with a yellow belly, and I remember always handling him. Or when I had a fishing line hanging over the doc, and that HUGE bullfrog bit the line. I swear I couldnt even pick this thing up, and every leap was maybe a solid five feet. That was creepy. I also always wondered why wild frogs wont bite? What I mean is garter snakes bite like a bitch, but frogs dont seem to care. Anyway, I think Ill stick with pythons. I liek this frog though, as a display pet. Sorta like a Chamillion, no?