Where Do Frogs Live in the Winter?

where do frogs live in the winter?

I have 3 frogs. One is an African Bullfrog and 2 PacMan Frogs. All 3 burrow in the winter, beneath the soil, where they stay safe. In the wild, a frog will climb above the water level if it's going into hybernation,(called estivation when it's hybernation of a frog), and they will find a burrow, or place to hide. Sometimes, they burry themselves in the soft mud above a pond, and sometimes they stay in the water. There are different, varying levels of amphibians. Some never leave the water, but most do. They stay moist through the place they choose to burrow. Some go as deep as a foot underground and grow a hard skin to protect themselves during estivation. I really hope this helps.:

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Please HELP I am scared of tree frogs and frogs but especially tree frogs?

well dont go climbing any trees anymore

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List of TCU Horned Frogs in the NFL Draft

This is a list of TCU Horned Frogs football players in the NFL Draft

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How many african dwarf frogs!?

on a 29 gal its best to have only one. 2 can live there, but they will not be very confortable

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Sex Frogs (joke my boss sent me)?

LOL Thank you so much for the smile!

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Can i put crickets in with frogs?

If you put in too many (more than your frogs will eat in a matter of a couple hours) they can deffinetly start eating your frog. I suggest you only use young crickets, and only put a few in at a time, depending on how many frogs you have, if there are still crickets in the tank after a few hours, get them out for the safety of your frogs. You can keep crickets in almost anything, as long as its ventilated and they have access to water (can buy gel speciffically for crickets) and a food source (again can buy cricket food), and give them something to hide in ( cardboard egg carton pieces work great). If you look around your local pet shops i am sure you can find containers with crickets (look like margerine containers) and they will live quite contently in that, till you feed them to your frogs anyways. Hope i helped. :)

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What species of poison dart frogs can be housed in a group?

Dendrobates terribilis, Dendrobates vittatus, and Dendrobates auratus are all great species that can be kept in groups. Terribilis are especially great because they almost stay out in the open

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Are frogs considered lucky in Asian cultures?

yes money :) meaning wealth

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Need information about African Dwarf Frogs?

ADF's do best if kept by themselves. They do not compete well with fish for food. They are slow movers and any fish can steal food from them rather easily. They need 2.5 gallons per frog. If your getting a 5 gallon, then your stocked at 2 frogs. The ideal temp range is 74-78 degrees, so use a heater. Give them hiding places and also some floating plants. They need to breathe air so they sometimes hang at the top and stick their noses out of the water. For feeding use live or frozen brine shrimp and blood worms. Do not use freeze dried foods because it makes them bloat. One cool thing is the males will sing. A male will have a small bump on his sides by his front arms, it looks like a pimple. If you really want a fish, the only option would be 1 betta and 1 frog. To feed the frog, get a Turkey baster and use it to get the food in front of the frog so the betta can not steal it all. - But ADF's do better kept by themselves.

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How to stop frogs laying in my fish ponds?

I do not think there is anyway to get rid of them. Maybe taking them to a nearby pond or lake?

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1992 TCU Horned Frogs football team

The 1992 TCU Horned Frogs football team represented Texas Christian University (TCU) in the 1992 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Horned Frogs finished the season 2-8-1 overall and 1-6 in the Southwest Conference. The team was coached by Pat Sullivan, in his first year as head coach. The Frogs played their home games in Amon G. Carter Stadium, which is located on campus in Fort Worth, Texas

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