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Default Amphibian care: native US Salamanders, Newts, Frogs, Toads

Hi All,
This article covers the care of several native amphibians that live in close proximity to people. As a result, they sometimes wind up in yards, basements, window wells and other such places. Most are also seen in pet stores. While they can make interesting, long-lived pets, all have specific needs that must be met if they are to thrive. The following information will give you an idea of what is involved caring for amphibians as pets; please see the articles linked below for more detailed information, and post any questions you may have. Read the rest of this article here: Amphibians as Pets - Common Frogs, Toads and Salamanders of the USA
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