Two months ago I adopted a white's tree frog from a friend whose roommate moved out and left the frog. I have never owned frogs before but I wish to know as much as I can about them. Shortly after I adopted the first frog I bought a second one and they seem to be doing well.
However, I still have questions that I cannot seem to find answers to:
1)How many crickets exactly should be given to a full sized frog per week (4.5 inches)? What about a younger one that is roughly 2 inches?
2)The frog I adopted has a bump on the top of her bum, and she had it long before I adopted her. What is it? She appears active at night, sits on her logs/in her water at night, sleeps on the glass under the leaves during the day, and has a healthy appetite – she'll do whatever for those crickets!
3) I plan on moving soon – what is the best way to transport frogs to reduce their stress and keep them as happy, calm, and safe as possible?
Thank you very much!
hello my friend i would like to say this 'the frogs should eat 3/4 if it's full grown and 2 if it is youngster.
you frog's bump is may be a just nothing more than abump itt was born with…if it had it before you got it is should b o.k.
when you move you should take them in a small box and holld them so they us you body temperature as a source. they should be fine for about 1 hour or something.
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