New pet frogs.

by Lynda
(New Zealand)

Hi, I have purchased 5 big green frogs and 6 little brown tree frogs. They hide a lot, but I have heard they can be friendly. How do you get them friendly?

They will only eat flies, not meal worms or crickets. I think the other owners only gave them flies.
How would you feed them in winter if there are no flys about?
I think they are adorable but wish I could see them more instead of them hiding.
Do they need a lot of water to swim in as to keep the aquarium easier to clean I have put a container in for them
I have a lot of animals and love and enjoy them all.
Cheers Lynda

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