Tree frogs are not difficult to care for. They can make a good pet that is interesting. However owners who like their pets active or interactive may get tired of caring for a Tree frog, since they do not like to be handled. They are for viewing in their habitat only. Tree frogs are communal and live well together and with other similar size, gentle reptiles or amphibians.
Terrestrial Frogs (Large)
Includes horned frogs and Afriacan bullfrogs
Depending on species 4 inches or more.
Life span up to 10 years
Feed the frog gut-loaded insects, including crickets, mealworms and wax worms, guppies and goldfish. Younger frogs daily, feed larger frogs every 2 – 3 days.
Tree frogs, do not need a large cage. A 10 gallon tank is fine for one of these frogs. The temperature should be kept around 82 F during the day, dropping to around 78 F at night. They come from a humid environment so the substrate should be misted daily to help maintain humidity. They liked to be on the walls of the tank, and in well covered habitats with branches and leaves to hide in.
Bedding should be cleaned once a month. Waste should be removed weekly.
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