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AlyssaHKos
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# Posted: 11 Apr 2012 20:28


My boyfriend just ordered a red-eyed tree frog and a tiger leg tree frog, one male and one female. I was wondering if I could put them in a tank together? or am I going to have to get another separate tank? Any information would help. Thanks!

Heather
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# Posted: 11 Apr 2012 21:30


No, they will need their own separate enclosures. The two different species come from two different locations therefor making their captive care different. (not to mention that ALL amphibians are toxic to some level and mixing them causes stress and cross contamination)

Both frogs will be MUCH better off in the end and you will be much happier having healthy animals.

Just do a bit of googling and you'll find more specific care information on the two

Tiger Leg

Red Eyed


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AlyssaHKos
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# Posted: 12 Apr 2012 02:51


Thank you! I appreciate it!

Heather
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# Posted: 12 Apr 2012 05:48


Not a problem. It may be a bit of an added expense... but just look at it this way... now you get to create TWO awesome terrariums! That's always my favorite part! I'm quite fond of my indoor gardens that just happen to have residents

Have fun with it and enjoy and enjoy them!


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