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Argentine Horned Frog

Overall satisfaction

5/5

Acquired: Pet store

Gender: N/A

Appearance

5/5

Health

5/5

Activity level

3/5

Temperament

3/5

Visibility

4/5

Easy to handle

3/5

Easy To feed

5/5

Easy to clean and maintain habitat

5/5

Easy to provide environmental needs

5/5

Easy to provide habitat

5/5

That's Mr. Pac man

By

Canada

Posted Apr 16, 2014

The pac man frog cannot be kept in a pac man. Ha. Ha. Ha. That was some real pun-ishment. Now that you've returned with a general distaste for my notoriously dry humor you have likely returned in search of knowledge.

Having had several of the frogs in that past I can begin by saying that they are a must own for anyone even remotely interested in the care of amphibians. In my experiences, they have always been a very positive and generally favorable animal to own. They have low care requirements, and are generally interesting to watch. Especially when feeding time rolls around as they are essential a massive mouth with legs.

They have very low care requirements and a drive to entertainment. They don't move a lot but when they do it is with conviction. They move with a purpose, and that purpose is likely to eat. That being said I would be careful with nay fingers you don't intend on loosing, not that they will take a finger off, but they will certainly not let go. They also get rather large and will not however be in need of a large tank to accommodate this. Since they generally lack any heavy movements, they are fine being in around 20-30 gallons.

They also have a very wide range of colors, and can produce some very interesting patterns of both green and yellow with a touch of black. They also have a goofy look about them that is sure to catch the eye. They come with one of my highest recommendations, and are likely to find their way into your heart shortly after finding their way into your home. But don't take my word for it, go, buy, now.

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