Binghamton, New York, United States
Posted Aug 17, 2009
I've raised countless American Bullfrogs from eggs to adults. They are not easy to handle and will jump quick and pretty far so they are not good with children or people who are looking for something to handle. However, with the correct set ups and nutrition they can thrive in captivity and have long life spans. They will basically eat anything that can fit in their mouths so feeding them is a breeze. They do require a little more maintenance than some other amphibians because they create a lot of waste and also need a decent amount of water. That being said, they need water changes and/or a filtration system depending on the type of set up.
I would recommend this for anyone - beginner or expert - but not little kids