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Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
Amphibian Housing & equipment
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Amphibian Housing & equipment

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  • 1. Housing & Equipment By Mr. “The MAN” Chapman
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  • 3. Housing► When putting a cage/enclosure together you should always try to duplicate their natural environment as closely as possible.► The best enclosures are aquariums.
  • 4. Housing►3 Types of habitats to duplicate:► 1. Aquatic – is for tadpoles and totally aquatic species of salamanders and frogs.► 2. Semi-aquatic – species that live partially in water and on land.► 3. Woodland – species that live entirely on land.
  • 5. Aquatic Habitat
  • 6. Semi-Aquatic► Semi-aquatic cages have half land and half water.► This type of aquarium is great for tadpoles that are developing into frogs.
  • 7. ► Woodland cages would use the same substrate as the area they Woodland come from.► Example; If the frog is from the rainforest, the substrate should be moist dirt.
  • 8. Woodland►A small bowl of water should be provided so they may sit and soak up moisture.► Thebowl needs to be level with the land so they can easily get out.

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