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 #2211437


Adraeg09
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 HELP! SICK TADPOLES!

Hello all, new user so bare with me! I recently caught 4 tadpoles in a small pond at a park. They are bull frog. One is perfectly fine and healthly, while the other 3 are sick. One of the smaller ones has just died and I’m pretty sure the other small one has too, it’s body is just in a shell somewhere. Anyways, the other big one looks really sick: a dark grey color and his poop is white. what does this mean?!?!? help please! I want it to live!



03/25/11  03:22pm

 #2211908


Kyoss
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  Message To: Adraeg09   In reference to Message Id: 2211437


 HELP! SICK TADPOLES!

You using dechlorinated water? Have enough oxygen in the water for them?



03/28/11  11:31pm

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Saphira101
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  Message To: Adraeg09   In reference to Message Id: 2211437


 HELP! SICK TADPOLES!

In fish, white poop indicates parasites -- not sure about tads though. :/

How often do you change their water, and where did you get the shell?



05/07/13  01:09am

 #2298103


TadpolesUniversity
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  Message To: Adraeg09   In reference to Message Id: 2211437


 HELP! SICK TADPOLES!

Use distilled water, not tap water. If you got the water from a faucet in your house, or a hose, that’s tap water. I got my distilled water from Walmart in a milk jug. Hope this helped!



06/02/13  07:11am

 #2298302


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  Message To: TadpolesUniversity   In reference to Message Id: 2298103


 CONFUSED PLZ HELP

So me and my friend found tadpoles in a puddle at roller magic and its not eating the boiled lettuce we gave it and it just lays dead but when we move the water it moves PLZ HELP



06/08/13  05:14pm


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