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Old 05-13-2005, 02:51 PM   #31
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If you find some good links let me know!

Seriously though, I haven't found much on the net about frogs at all. As far as how much stuff costs:
The setup as shown is about 350 bucks or so. That includes the tank, hood, and stand. Without that, your looking at about 200 bucks worth of stuff.
25 bucks for the waterfall
15 bucks for the screen top
30 bucks for the heating pad
20 bucks for the fake tree limb
15 bucks for the two water dishes
15 bucks for the reptile carpet
20 bucks for the various fake plants.
20 bucks for the bendy fake vines.
25 bucks for the humidifier and air pump.
a couple of bucks for some large smooth polished rocks
How much is all of that?

The Plants are fake, the tree limbs are fake as well. makes for easy cleaning and they are resistant to mold.

I would not recommend a ten gallon Hex for any frog. Tree frogs need more room and chubby frogs need more floor space. A normal 10 gallon tank would be great for a Chubby frog, But not for Whites (Dumpy) tree Frogs.

I would say that 1 Whites tree frog would require a 20 High tank and 2 whites would require a 29 gallon tank. Whites get very active at night and they need some room to move.

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Good to know. I guess i won't be getting frogs anytime soon. Maybe when a bigger tank falls in my lap I'll keep some frogs.

Keeping frogs isn't cheap either, just like stating a fish tank. 8O

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