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Old 11th July 2008   #15
Nicole
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Default Re: Help me determine the gender of these toads! (Pictures)

That's what my husband thought also but he became a believer when I called him over. It was very weird to witness but they are considerate of each other. I bet if you spend enough time with them, you'll see some aspects of a community in your tank also. All of my phone conversations are in front of them (so I can watch them) and their dinner is watched by both my children and myself so we can see who is eating (especially if someone didn't eat the last time).

Prodigals return was interesting because no one was croaking before but once I put him in, a toad hopped over and all the males started croaking. There was no amplexus so I know it wasn't because they were horny.
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