How to Take Photos of Frogs?

Answer A guide to photographing frogs

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Do all frogs come from tadpoles?

All frogs belong to the scientific class amphibia; it's more commonly stated that all frogs are amphibians. Frogs are cold-blooded; they live on land and in water. Frogs go through multiple life st... Read More »

Frogs & Salmonella?

Approximately 90 percent of frogs carry salmonella, a potentially serious disease that affects the intestinal tract. Even frogs that have been purchased from a pet store are at risk of carrying the... Read More »

What do garden frogs eat?

Garden frogs eat dead and live insects such as crickets, spiders, beetles and grasshoppers. They'll also eat bloodworms, which may be purchased at a pet store. The insects should never be any wider... Read More »

How to Breed Pac-Man Frogs?

Pacman frogs (also known as Argentine horned frogs) aren't difficult to breed in captivity. Before breeding, the pair requires a 60-day hibernation period in a dry, cool environment. Egg-laying and... Read More »