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Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

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    i would like to get one of these frogs but am new to the reptile/amphibian world, are they easy to care for ?






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    Re: Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

    Immensely easy to care for. The only downfall is they are big carriers of the chytrid fungus, so its something to watch out for, but easily treatable if they do have it.
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    Re: Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

    Quote Originally Posted by schlegelbagel View Post
    Immensely easy to care for. The only downfall is they are big carriers of the chytrid fungus, so its something to watch out for, but easily treatable if they do have it.

    nice, im thinking about getting one ive been watching videos of them feeding and things like that and they are awesome

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    Re: Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

    I'm not so sure about awesome. When they aren't eating, its kinda like you own a tank full of dirt and no animal. They bury themselves a whole lot.
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    Re: Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

    Yea i've been wanting one too but i have heard they can be boring unless they are eating.lol

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    Re: Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

    I used to have one. Yeah they don't do much other than when they are eating. Still pretty cool though. Also its cool to watch them grow from the size of a fingernail to the size of your palm. Unless you are going to make a really realistic natural looking tank which is hard to clean, these frogs are really easy to care for. The only thing I didn't like about them was their pouty look on their face and blank eyes reminded me of donald trump.
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    Re: Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

    Do they have a comb over and say your fired like trump as well?

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    Re: Ease of care of Pacman frogs?

    They are lazy and shy, but I think there is something awesome about that. They are great for if you have a few other animals that keep you busy on the days they are burrowed!

    I totally love my guacamole! He has gotten sooo big! He just sits and sits and sits until food is around and he turns into a monster! When he's burrowed I just let him be and go get the ball python out instead
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