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Pacman frogs/fantasy frogs

Discussion in 'Reptiles & Amphibians' started by SOURDEISEL, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. SOURDEISEL

    SOURDEISEL Little Dog

    Hi everyone,going to my annual reptil expo on 9/12 every year i come home with somethinf new this year im looking into pacman frogs/fantasy frogs.ive seen some youtube videos and they are pretty kool.any tips or info on them?and if anyone has any plz send pics.thanx everyone..
     
  2. jeoestreich

    jeoestreich GRCH Dog

    Pacman frogs are pretty easy to take care of. They do not move that often and you really only need a ten gallon tank to house them in. You can use bed a beast as a substract in the tank. A under the tank heater is the best way to heat the tank (82 F during the day) and you do not need anyother lights or anything for it. You should only keep one of these frogs per tank because they will try and eat the cage mate. They will eat pretty much anything that moves. When they are small feeder insects can be fed (make sure they are gutloaded) and when they are bigger pinkies can be fed. Babies should be fed every day and adults every two or three days if they are eat mice and such. But you should base feeding on body condition (not too round or tubby). Hope this helps you.
     
  3. SOURDEISEL

    SOURDEISEL Little Dog

    Thanx joe info was great,which species of pacman you reccomend?
     
  4. ajblazin

    ajblazin Puppy

    id go with the fantasy horned frogs.ive had both but the fantasy look better and usually dont get to look all that obese.
     
  5. Gatorpit

    Gatorpit Good Dog

    whatever you do, make sure to keep at least a frog-sized area of the enclosure well moistened. Frogs turn crispy REALLY quick if they dry out.

    Google argentine horned frog/fantasy frog/pac man frog caresheet and you'll get plenty of step-by-step very specific care instructions. They are the easiest amphibians to keep, though they pretty much just sit their ALL the time.

    ---------- Post added at 10:41 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:40 PM ----------

    you should look at the Budgett's frog. It's like...a puddle of frog.
     
  6. DancesWithCurs

    DancesWithCurs Good Dog

    For Pacmans I like to give them a hut filled with sphagnum moss. Keeps them nice and moist
     
  7. BILLBKLYN

    BILLBKLYN Good Dog

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