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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Frogs growing up! 

My Brazilian yellow heads are approximately 10 months out of the water. The front toe pads on the rightmost one, below, shows he's definitely a male. At least one BYH has been calling for a few weeks now. It's too early to tell the sex the rest although I'd guess they're all girls. Maybe not the one right next to the guy.

Brazilian yellow heads

My west coast Panamanian auratus raised from eggs I purchased. They're seven moths out of the water. One of the really green ones is much more turquoise now, but the blue one is still awesomely blue!

Panamanian auratus

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Do You Ever Wonder What They're Thinking?
Like; "Nice carpet. What's carpet?"
or
"Just wait 'til I get outta here! I'm gonna bust free! Mom and Dad will really be sorry..."

Do frogs think?

 

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