My 2 Frogs!

by Teeana
(New Zealand )

Hello my name is Teeana I have two frogs the boy is called Trundy and the girl is called mini. I got them as tadpoles they took 4 months to grow into frogs. I've had the frogs for about 2 months. We normally give them flies. One time we gave them bread they ate some of it. I think my frogs laid an egg but I don't know. Because this morning there was this white oval shape, and both of the frogs were sitting on the rock and staring at it. it looked like they were saying oh our baby, or they were saying "what the heck is that." dad said that we can make a pond in the backyard maybe. YAY! my two frogs live in a big plastic container. but we're gonna move them into something bigger because they are getting bigger.I can't wait for there babies...


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