The Frog I Found

by Abby, Julie, and Betsy
(Scappoose, OR)

Okay,my cousin, sister, and I just found a really tiny frog in the back yard and don't know exactly what to do with it. We made it a habitat with rocks, grass, and water. We also fed it some ants and lettuce. Are those things okay to feed it? I want to make sure that won't hurt him at all or make him sick. Any feedback? Should I even keep him?

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May 15, 2013
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Don't Let a Dog get to it
by: Anonymous

I have no idea! Good Luck

Apr 01, 2013
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It might be best to release it back into the wild... in the wild it will know instinctively what it needs to survive and will more than likely do so. I would say that unless you were to buy one from a pet store, along with the information and advice from the store about how to look after it then it would always be best to return any wild frogs/toads to their natural habitat!

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feed ac
by: Anonymous

It might be best to release it back into the wild... in the wild it will know instinctively what it needs to survive and will more than likely do so. I would say that unless you were to buy one from a pet store, along with the information and advice from the store about how to look after it then it would always be best to return any wild frogs/toads to their natural habitat!

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feed acm
by: Anonymous

It might be best to release it back into the wild... in the wild it will know instinctively what it needs to survive and will more than likely do so. I would say that unless you were to buy one from a pet store, along with the information and advice from the store about how to look after it then it would always be best to return any wild frogs/toads to their natural habitat!

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feed ac
by: Anonymous

It might be best to release it back into the wild... in the wild it will know instinctively what it needs to survive and will more than likely do so. I would say that unless you were to buy one from a pet store, along with the information and advice from the store about how to look after it then it would always be best to return any wild frogs/toads to their natural habitat!

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