Animal Stories - Red Eyed Tree Frog


Animal-World Information about: Red Eyed Tree Frog

The beautiful Red Eyed Tree Frog is on of the most sought after of the hybrid frogs!
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willowbee - 2010-04-06
I'm 12 and I really want a red eye tree frog they are soo cute, but idk how to get one so if any one knows where to get one please reply.

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  • Editor's Note - 2010-04-06
    You could start by checking to see if any local pet stores carry them. If they do not, ask them if they could special order one for you.
  • Lucas - 2010-11-27
    You can order them online! Thru the mail! That's how I got mine when I was 14. It may seem cruel but how do you think pet stores get them? Yep, that's right, through the mail! By the way they are usually captive bred babies so they don't know the difference and you get them the second morning after you order them. Example: If you order them Monday you will get them Wednesday about 10:30am. I recommend getting them at reptilesncritters.com because they are born in captivity on that site. Not taken from the wild. There they are $40.00 for adults and $30.00 for babies...plus about $35.00 for shipping.
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Jessie Willette - 2010-01-14
I think u should do more on the red eye tree frog.

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nick - 2009-08-03
You mentioned using distilled water in the feeding section. This is a rather dangerous suggestion as distilled water can be quite harmful to animals which need the natural minerals found in water. Also, distilled water is on the acidic side (around 5.5) and you want an amphibian's water to be ph neutral.

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Kurt van Wyk - 2008-04-13
I am currently making an aquatic terrarium for a fire salamander and two fire bellied toads. Salamanders become very tame if you hold each day for a short time but never hold them for a long time. The same goes for all frogs.

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Anonymous - 2008-03-18
The best pet ever, you rock!

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Anonymous - 2008-01-17
You're site is awesome! Rock on.

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billybob Joe - 2007-11-09
oooolala! i love these small little tree frogs!

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  • Emily - 2010-05-11
    I know, they are sooooo cool! =)
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majde - 2007-08-28
they are very interesting....and fun to watch!

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chris grice - 2006-10-02
as well as dark greens and browns, you can sometimes get purples as night colours for the red eye tree frog, which is a pretty sight to see. this purple variety often comes with a minty green opposed to the lime green of most red eyes day colour

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