My 7 year old's class is studying frogs. His teacher asked for volunteers to got collect some frog eggs, which we did.
I have them in a small bucket out in my garage. It's not supposed to be too cold (above freezing) and I'm just wondering if they will be ok out there.
I realize that if they were still in the creek where we found them they's be exposed to the elements and the cold.
I just don't want them to die before I get a chance to bring them to school to put in their new aquarium home on Monday morning.
Do I need to do anything with them between now and then?
I know absolutely nothing about frogs so any help would be appreciated.
Keep them wet. Don't let the kids eat them. Make sure you feed them. Change their water every now and then. The most important thing is……..Never ever put a carnivorous animal with them.
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