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 #2211036


Mhd730399
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 Pacman frog!!!

hey guys i bought a pacman frog and i need to know if my setup is good for him...so anyone with experince could help that would be awsome...alright so, i have about 3 in of eco earth on one side and about 5 or 6 in on tthe other forming a hill. a shllow watter dish with a small slope for a lip for easy access, usually 78 degrees total. 10 gallon, and a few fake plants on the grond for sucerity.



03/22/11  08:53pm

 #2211170


Kyoss
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  Message To: Mhd730399   In reference to Message Id: 2211036


 Pacman frog!!!

Sounds good to me, Maybe drop the temp down a little but other then that, sounds great.

Best of luck blake.



03/23/11  07:57pm

 #2211184


Mhd730399
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  Message To: Kyoss   In reference to Message Id: 2211170


 Pacman frog!!!

alright cool cool thanks...i am posting pics now



03/23/11  09:18pm

 #2211186


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  Message To: Mhd730399   In reference to Message Id: 2211184


 Pacman frog!!!









my frog



03/23/11  09:28pm

 #2211261


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  Message To: Mhd730399   In reference to Message Id: 2211186


 Pacman frog!!!

its cute, do you have a lid? lol



03/24/11  11:17am

 #2211265


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  Message To: Jefwithonef005   In reference to Message Id: 2211261


 Pacman frog!!!

Pacmans are to lazy to climb out Though it is good for safety reasons, but I doubt they would try and get out.



03/24/11  11:38am

 #2211267


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  Message To: Kyoss   In reference to Message Id: 2211265


 Pacman frog!!!

he could easily climb out because the plants are very close to the top.



03/24/11  11:40am

 #2211270


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  Message To: Jefwithonef005   In reference to Message Id: 2211267


 Pacman frog!!!

There fat and lazy , Not saying it wouldn’t happen, It’s just not likely at all.



03/24/11  11:56am

 #2211276


Mhd730399
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  Message To: Kyoss   In reference to Message Id: 2211270


 Pacman frog!!!

well for on i have a lid and for two...when he jumps he fallls on his back...hes that fat...no way in h*** he could climb out



03/24/11  12:31pm

 #2211298


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  Message To: Mhd730399   In reference to Message Id: 2211276


 Pacman frog!!!

i cant tell how big he is. can you post a pic of him next to a quarter? when will he eat mice?



03/24/11  02:10pm

 #2211301


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  Message To: Jefwithonef005   In reference to Message Id: 2211298


 Pacman frog!!!

ill take on next to a quarter when i get home from school. and he can eat mice when hes full grown...hes still just a baby



03/24/11  03:02pm

 #2211312


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  Message To: Mhd730399   In reference to Message Id: 2211301


 Pacman frog!!!

k thanks! im homeschooled..lol



03/24/11  04:05pm

 #2281075


The Lone Glider
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  Message To: Jefwithonef005   In reference to Message Id: 2211312


 Pacman frog!!!

I’d put a rock in the water.. Other then that, I think it’s fine. Love all the plants.. They really seem to like plants.



09/22/12  12:33am

 #2281077


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  Message To: The Lone Glider   In reference to Message Id: 2281075


 Pacman frog!!!

Yeah a rock in bowl as stated above. An also cover the lid with to hold humindity in the aquarium.



09/22/12  12:55am

 #2281111


The Lone Glider
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  Message To: Reptictale92   In reference to Message Id: 2281077


 Pacman frog!!!

Pacmans aren’t great swimmers so a rock should help him/her get out better...



09/22/12  12:04pm


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