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Old 10th October 2007   #1
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Talking Cuban treefrogs

Got three cubans the other day! Very excited, and wanted to share my joy. Anyone else have these at home? I have mine in a tall 45 gallon hexagon aquarium with a waterfountain, water dish, three live bromiliads and some hanging suction cup plants. Substrate is coco fiber, and they look very pleased. Very neat little frogs.

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I dont currently keep them as pets, but they are extremely common as a wild, non-native species here in south florida. I see them nightly when im at home, climbing all over my porch and windows. they are cool frogs indeed, and will eat almost anything, (including our other native frogs!)

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