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www.wikihow.com/Take-Care-of-Frogs

Different species of frogs have very different requirements in terms of foods, temperature, and habitat so if you try to keep a wild frog in the wrong conditions, ...

www.wikihow.com/Keep-a-Wild-Caught-Toad-As-a-Pet

This is a fun article to tell you how to keep a wild toad that has been caught, in a ... If you keep crickets as feed for your toads, be sure to provide the crickets with .... Never put a smaller toad or frog in the tank with a larger toad or frog because ...

www.petmd.com/reptile/nutrition/what-feed-your-frog

In the wild, frogs are opportunistic feeders—eating whatever comes their way— so you want your frog food to duplicate that experience at home as best you can.

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Oct 27, 2015 ... 3:47. Tree Frog Feeding Time - Duration: 1:02. Sarah Anne Robb 22,477 views · 1:02 · How to keep a wild toad as a pet - Taking care of Harvey ...
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Apr 18, 2015 ... I've been feeding them crickets i bought from the store, they are about 20 cents per 1 for me. (I live in canada) and they are both wild frogs.

www.petful.com/misc/how-keep-frog-jar

Nov 14, 2011 ... According to Frogs and Toads of the Southeast, anyone who ... “frog pad” is set up, or until you release the frog back into the wild. ... Feed your new pet frog a few insects — dead or alive, but preferably alive — every other day.

frogs.cc/frogs-eat

Dec 17, 2014 ... Feeding frogs is half the fun of owning them! Here I will go through the basic foods that frogs eat. Frogs in the wild will eat almost any insects ...

www.frog-garden.com/what-do-frogs-eat.html

What Do Frogs Eat? Wild frogs can eat a variety of food such as invertebrates,

www.mvwgs.org/feedingfrogs.htm

If you have a pond, you probably have a collection of frogs that share the pond with your fish and plants. Most pond owners enjoy feeding their fish. Have you ...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/wild-frogs-eat-c80869366cd03380

Frogs primarily survive on a diet of insects, earthworms, minnows and spiders, according to Defenders of Wildlife. They get the water they need not by drinking it  ...