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Drew - 2011-04-14
Hey that was really awesome. I loved all the info you gave me for my speech.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-04-15
    Glad you liked it.
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Ryan - 2011-03-13
Ashley while it is sad knowing their wild habitat it disappearing. I don't believe keeping them in captivity is bad at all, given proper care and a good sized home these little guys seem to be just has happy as they would be in the wild.

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corena - 2011-03-02
Hi I have 2 white dumpy frogs and I got a big tank like 100 g and I am looking for plants to put in there I wanted to know if it would be a good thing if I put in a home made water fall but it's safe for the frogs. If anyone can give me ideas let me know my e-mail is cocomo3332010@yahoo.com ty

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Nicole Gilbert-Maxfield - 2011-03-01
I am a wreck right now. My little friend douggie, a whites tree frog, escaped from his cage, and was out overnight. When we found him he was dried up, and presumed dead. We picked him up and felt a bit of movement, so we decided it would be best to try and revive him and put him in the water. Well he is alive and well now, but his skin is discolored and he has developed blister like welts on his body. Will he get better? Are these going to be battle scars that he can show off to his friends? Or is this a sign of something much worse that needs to be dealt with?

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Anonymous - 2008-05-30
You have some good information regarding the red eyes tree frog. But one thing you said, you recommended a 20 high tank for 1-2 frogs, when that's unnecessary. I've successfully raised and bred red eyes in a 10 hex. It's really a matter of preference. Other thank that, I liked everything else you've written.

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Emily - 2010-05-11
Red eyed tree frogs are the best and soooo cute! =)

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  • allyssa - 2010-12-15
    red eyed tree frogs are sooo cute i am studing thim in science
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willowbee - 2010-04-06
I'm 12 and I really want a red eye tree frog they are soo cute, but idk how to get one so if any one knows where to get one please reply.

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  • Editor's Note - 2010-04-06
    You could start by checking to see if any local pet stores carry them. If they do not, ask them if they could special order one for you.
  • Lucas - 2010-11-27
    You can order them online! Thru the mail! That's how I got mine when I was 14. It may seem cruel but how do you think pet stores get them? Yep, that's right, through the mail! By the way they are usually captive bred babies so they don't know the difference and you get them the second morning after you order them. Example: If you order them Monday you will get them Wednesday about 10:30am. I recommend getting them at reptilesncritters.com because they are born in captivity on that site. Not taken from the wild. There they are $40.00 for adults and $30.00 for babies...plus about $35.00 for shipping.
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emilie - 2010-04-14
I had two dumpy frogs but one died I don't know why but I think he was sick with something and his name is Jerry.

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ben - 2009-08-19
I love tree frogs!

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  • Georgina - 2010-03-04
    me too!!!
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paul - 2010-03-01
hi, I've got 5 whites tree frogs, all very active and funny to watch, very happy frogs. But keep reading about uv lighting, I dont have uv lighting. Told by 2 or three repile shops they didn't need it. Do I or dont I?

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  • Kim - 2010-04-14
    Hi Paul,
    I have 6 White's Tree Frogs and yes you do need both UVA and UVB. I use one UVA and 3 UVB in my large tank and my frogs are thriving. There are some good articles and caresheets available online that explain the needs of amphibians and the health benefits gained from using both.
  • tater - 2010-04-30
    Technically no, they can live without. However they don't absorb calcium very well and a uvb light will help with that and temperature. It will also help provide a schedule for day/night for your frogs and increase activity and appetite.
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