Tag: Terrestrial

Terrestrial frogs and toads spend most of their time on the ground. Many of them burrow during the day in order to escape the heat, moisten their skin, and to ambush unsuspecting prey. These species are not great climbers and don’t jump very high.

Poison Dart Frog

Poison Dart Frog Poison Dart Frog

These amazing amphibians are one of the most popular frogs kept as pets. Their exotic patterns and bright colors are no doubt the reason for their popularity. Poison dart frogs are fascinating creatures and this page is all about how to properly care for them as pets. They go by many different names but one…

Pacman Frog

Pacman Frog Pacman Frog

Pacman Frogs are great for beginners and one of the most popular amphibians in the hobby. The main reasons for their popularity is due to their unique appearance and eating habits. They have a large mouth and insatiable appetite. Hence the reason they’re so popular; they’re entertaining to watch. Surprisingly, most beginners in the hobby…

American Toad

American Toad American Toad

Keeping an American Toad as your pet can be a rewarding experience and they’re great for beginners. Their enclosure doesn’t require a huge investment, they’re not picky eaters, and they’re widely available in the United States. This care sheet covers a list of the items you’ll need to keep American Toads as pets. Not only that,…

Tomato Frog

Tomato Frog Tomato Frog

Tomato Frogs are quickly becoming one of the most popular species kept as pets. For this reason, I’ve taken the liberty of writing this care sheet, filled with all the information you need to keep these frogs happy and healthy. I’ve also added quite a bit of information to the husbandry section, should you decide…

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