Mayo Tank!

by Angelica Walters
(Wiggins, MS, USA)

My Mayo Tank

My Mayo Tank

I went to spend the night at my aunt's house in bendale, and we have always had fun throughout the years catching frogs. This time we decided to keep them though, so we recycled old plastic mayo jars by cutting and glueing them together, and in the end, my brothers and I made several sanctuaries! I now own 8 frogs and a small lizard! I'll keep thinking outside the jar! lol.

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Jun 21, 2013
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Jars probably to small
by: Anonymous

Hi, Have you read how to look after frogs. It sounds cruel keeping them in small containers. Have you had them long? They need room to climb and jump. Also container of water they can climb in and out of or branch or rocks so they don't drown if they are small. A fish tank with something over the top would be kinder for them to live in.

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