Posted May 17, 2015
My friend bought two White's Tree Frogs (Australian Green) from a reptile show and she was not allowed to keep them. So they became mine. They arrived with a skin infection that was barely visible at the time of purchase (she thought it was a scrape). For a frog, they are not incredibly delicate, but as an amphibian, they have the usual sensitivities. They did eat well which was good but their cage humidity was very difficulty to keep up. I don't really recommend them as they aren't particularly interesting and while you can handle them easily, it's very bad for their skin and overall health.