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Frog Safe recommends keeping tadpoles in a short and wide container made of glass, plastic or Styrofoam. Cover the bottom of the container in sand about one-half inch deep. Fill the container with one liter of water per ... More »

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Find information on how much tree frogs are worth by comparing prices at PetSmart.com, BackWaterReptiles.com and PetCo.com. Be sure to take the size of the tree frog into account as price normally increases with size. More »

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Baby toads, called tadpoles, eat plants. As they grow into adults, toads diversify their diets and begin to eat insects, slugs, grubs, worms, and other invertebrates, just as most amphibians do. More »

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An economical option for outdoor or feral cats involves a plastic storage bin, a cardboard box to fit inside, and Styrofoam squares for insulation. You can place a vinyl flap over the door to keep out wind and rain, and ... More »

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