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    Exclamation Getting Concerned.

    Bowzer, my pacman frog, has been so much fun. He hasnt been aggressive at all but one little incident but it was my fault I scared him. Im excited that he is still mostly green because in my opinion the brown ones look like a little pile of poo.

    Bowzer is still a 2x2, until he puffs up or goes in his water! Ive had him since November and he has been acting like a normal happy froggy, at least from what Ive read on here and compared to. But to get to my point of this he has been acting a little weird. Do they sleep...all the time?!

    It has been 5 days since he has moved from his hole, opened his eyes, and ate ( I know they slow down eating, still scares me.) So is this normal?!

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    Frog Lover schlegelbagel's Avatar
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    Mar 2007
    Abingdon, Maryland

    Re: Getting Concerned.

    welcome to the world of owning a tank of dirt!

    They tend to slow down in the winter, even though we keep the tanks the same temps, etc... Mine just popped up after being buried a month.

    No worries.
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