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Frogs

A frog is a carnivorous tailless amphibian and accounts for up to 88% of extant amphibian species. Frogs form the largest group of amphibians and range in size from, as small as a human fingertip to larger than a foot. Species in this order called the Anura outnumber the pieces from the other two orders and showcase a wide variety of unique traits and behaviors.

 

Frogs’ dietary requirements include a wide variety of insects, spiders, worms, slugs, larvae, and small fish. Being predators in nature, frogs prefer getting their hands on anything that comes into their sight including crickets, grasshoppers, and even butterflies. While frogs can be sweet pet friends to accompany you, it is important to fulfill their nutritional needs. Crickets, gut-loaded mealworms, waxworms, and bloodworms form a healthy diet for frogs.

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The key to raising a healthy frog is to feed the right amount of feed at the right times. Hyperactive frog species such as dwarfs and young froglets need to be fed often. Medium to larger frogs needs to be fed less often.

 

Besides food, being amphibians, frogs need to have constant access to clean, dechlorinated water. Since frogs breathe in the water, it is necessary to provide a water pool in the tank and mist it regularly while petting a frog.

Feeding Frogs

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