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Question fire belly frogs - May 30th 2011, 09:00 PM

i have a pair of fire belly frogs... and they wont eat! i get them crickets every few days (only 2 weeks old crickets..so they can eat em) and they never eat them! the crickets all eventually just drown in the water/ the fish eat em. i also bought them wax worms and tried feeding those to em. they might eat one every week, but thats it! its kinda stressing me out and im afraid they are gonna starve themselves and die. ive had snakes do that b4 and it really sucks dose anyone hav any ideas/ know what to do?


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Re: fire belly frogs - May 31st 2011, 01:14 AM

Hm, try appropriately sized locusts, or small earthworms, sometimes the wiggle attracts them.

As for them, what's their enclosure like, and what's the temperature gradient on land and in the water? What's the humidity also? And you mentioned fish too, thing is, the fish might be stressing them out, and that can cause them not to eat.

I'm thinking the first thing you should look for is something that could be stressing them out.




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