red legged walking frog care?
yes, it has crickets, bark?, night and day lamps, a very large tank, clean water, etc. I understand your concern, but I don't need to be given the third degree. My family and I got it from a pet store and we already have two turtles. Just wanting to make sure we know all there is to know…the specifics.
In consideration of your frog, my best advice is to let it go where it can survive. Frogs were never intended to be human pets or companions. That's why God gave us dogs, cats, and fish. Owning a pet frog certainly makes you unique among your friends, I'm sure. But your search for this type of attention is cruel to your animal. Let him go. If you refuse to release him into the wild where he belongs, then you must provide a suitable environment – heat, humidity, foilage, proper water, etc.. As for food, you need to give your frog access to live insects to eat, especially mosquitos and flies. They also consume large quantities of insect larvae. Can you do this? If not, you're depriving your frog of the elements he needs to survive, and soon he will die. Please let him go.
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