Frogs

Brad Ramsey

Retired Moderator
Yes they do.
About once a week they loosen their old skin and pull it over their head.
You won't find an old frog skin laying around though. they eat it.

-Brad
 

Creampuff

New Member
What's a nice simple frog to get that doesnt need much maintenance for absolute beginners. My brother LOVES frogs so I might get him one. He's 15 and I'm pretty sure he'll take care of it otherwise its up to me and I dont mind. His goldfish that he won at a game died 2 weeks back. Those fish that are sposed to last for a month lasted him about 3 years.
 

Brad Ramsey

Retired Moderator
creampuff,

How about red bellied toads?
Or.... I have bullfrogs in the garden. Raised them in a very small pond from tadpoles. They hibernate under water in the pond every winter and pretty much take care of themselves.
I throw a few crickets out there every week in the spring, summer and fall but other than that they're self-sufficient.

-Brad
 

firecat998

New Member
aww thats cool.do toads also shed there skin and eat it as ive never seen my toad shed or seen any skin in her terrium?
 
i keep green, gray, squirrel, barking, whites, and cuban treefrogs my favorite is the barking treefrog but i have trained them all to take a cricket out of my hand. they have great personality.
 
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