Frogs are amphibians that have delicate skin, so be careful when holding them. Always hold frogs near the ground so they don't break their bones if they jump out of your hands. Make sure all frogs have a dish of water to swim in, or their skin will dry out. If their skin dries out they will die. Their five gallon tank should include moist moss, a dish of water, a tunnel made of card board or bark ,and a top to the cage that they can't escape. Make sure every morning you spray the moss or wood chips about 4 times. To feed the frog put 2 crickets in the tank. Feed 2 crickets to each frog you have. If you want to feed it worms that's ok. Just hold the worm by one end, and wave the worm above its head until it grabs the worm in it's hands or it's mouth. It might not eat in the first couple of days, because it needs to get used to it's tank.
Tomato frogs: tomato frogs have a red back, and sometimes has black spots on its throat. Male frogs get 2-2.5 inches and females get 3-4 inches big. They eat crickets and wax worms. Tomato frogs are nocturnal, they can inflate their body when they get disturbed, and they breed during rainy season or in slow moving water. Their habitat is in swamps and in shallow pools.
Poison dart frogs: the poison dart frog is pretty tiny. They get 1.5 inches – 2 inches. Poison dart frogs have smooth skin sport colors that can be hot yellow, strawberry-red, deep blue, orange, and green. They are active during the day.
Frogs are usually green. Some poisonous frogs are red and black, yellow and black, and blue and black. Frogs can be different colors. All frogs are amphibians. An amphibian is an animal that lives partly in water, and partly on land. Lots of frogs eat flies. They catch the flies with their tongue.
The Northern leopard frog: The northern leopard frog gets its name from the round elliptical, it has light-edged blotches also called spots randomly distributed over the back and the sides of the frog. The northern leopard frog ranges to 58- 77 centimeters long in total length. It is also called the meadow frog or the grass frog because it often in the meadows or in fields that are away from any water after their breeding season.
The pickerel frog: The pickerel frog has dark rectangular spots on the back of itself are arranged in two different rows between the dorsolateral folds. The concealed surfaces on the formal area are yellow or orange. The pickerel frog wanders quite some distance from streams, but the pickerel frogs prefer rocky and cool areas. The pickerel frog is often found in Ohio.
The green Frog: The color of the green frog varies from olive brown with small green dark spots. The green frog is common in the state of Ohio. The aquatic green frog live in ponds, lakes, and rivers.
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