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African Dwarf Frog

Overall satisfaction

5/5

Acquired: Pet store

Gender: N/A

Appearance

5/5

Health

5/5

Activity level

5/5

Temperament

5/5

Visibility

5/5

Easy to handle

3/5

Easy To feed

N/A

Easy to clean and maintain habitat

N/A

Easy to provide environmental needs

N/A

Easy to provide habitat

5/5

Great Starter Frogs

By

Oklahoma, United States

Posted Jun 03, 2013

African Dwarf Frogs are different than African Clawed Frogs in really only one way: the dwarf frogs have webbed front feet. Other than that, they are pretty much the same type of frog. They live in water, so you need to have an aquarium set up for them with plenty of places to swim around and hide in. They are very active frogs during the day, so you will always be able to see them and such.

They are smart too, you can train them to eat at a certain time every day and they will be waiting for you when you come to feed them. You can also train them to eat out of your hand as well, just lay food in your hand and then put your hand halfway under water and wait. Eventually they will start to come up into your hand to eat. It is a super fun way to get kiddos involved with feeding and enjoying owning a new frog.

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