Posted May 11, 2015
Pacman was donated to our natural learning center. He is very pretty. At first we thought he'd be fun but he really just sits in a hole of mud all day. He only moves once in awhile and is about as interesting to watch as a rock...he could be mistaken for a statue, seriously. We keep him for our teaching purposes and the kids like that he's so big and slimy but as far as being a good pet, I wouldn't recommend them unless you want a very low maintenance pet that doesn't interact with you at all. Also, once they reach about 2 inches in length from nose to tail, they eat mice. I feed ours a pre-killed mouse once every two weeks. I dangle it over his head and if he's hungry he;ll grab it. I do not suggest feeding live although many people will claim Pacman frogs won't eat pre-killed. The live mouse can cause severe injuries to the frog and it's not worth the risk to me.
I keep mine in a 5 gallon tank with eco-earth that is very wet. I change the whole thing every 3 months or so.