The African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis, also known as the xenopus, African
clawed toad, ... Its name is derived from the three short claws on each hind foot,
which it uses to tear apart its food. ....
If it is ALBINO it is CLAWED - African Dwarf Frogs are NEVER albino. ..... your
local pet store and treat the frog's food as the instructions dictate.
The African clawed frog's front limbs are small with unwebbed fingers that are
used to push food into the mouth. Its hind legs are large and webbed and the
Jul 22, 2013 ... Albino clawed frogs are popular in the pet industry. ... Tank Requirements:
African clawed frogs are pretty hardy pets as long as their basic care ...
Dwarf clawed frogs
do not need a huge tank -- allow about a gallon per frog
. Use one that disturbs the water as little as possible as frogs
like still water, and make sure the frogs
can not get stuck in the intakes or behind the intake/filter.
The fish should be of a... More »
Albino African Clawed Frog- photo by Paul Robinson ... Life span: African
Clawed Frogs can live up to 20 years with appropriate care, but average at about
FLAKE FOOD lacks just about all essential nutrients your frog needs to survive.
Flake food is for ... all sinking food on it. African Clawed Frogs need a calcium
rich diet for proper bone growth, especially as fast growing froglets. ... albino
Range: African clawed frogs are native to eastern and southern Africa. ... Habitat:
African clawed frogs are always found in water, although during periods of heavy
rainfall, they are able to move some ... Please enter your email address: ...
It is also unfortunate, as the African Clawed Frog makes an ideal pet for ... finally
be able to feel confident their charges are receiving the best possible care. ....
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Related Articles: Keeping African Clawed Frogs and African Dwarf Frogs by
Neale Monks, Amphibians, Turtles, ... Xenopus come in "normal"/natural color
and albino. ... 1) These tads came in a kit with VERY poor care instructions (they