Micro Life Zone
Asked by shadycactus6 to Arti, Chris, Dustin, James, Steven on 21 May 2012.
Keywords: frog, pet
If you are going to get something, then make sure you are really interested in getting it.
Otherwise, I would say rather than using money and time on getting an animal at home, get yourself a few Australian plant and animal guidebooks. Then hassle your parents to take you bushwalking and, take a note pad and pencil or camera and attempt to identify all the animals you can see, as well as plants, fungus, and bugs.
I loved doing this as a kid. Rather than owning one animal, I spent my money on allowing me to see and understand the animals in the bush. I did some work with a local group in Canberra a little while back, and in one backyard we counted, 9 species of lizard, 24 species of invertebrate (bug), about 25 species of plant, and 15 bird species all in the space of 3 hours. It was a great afternoon.
Nice advice, Dustin. 🙂
If you do get another animal, make sure you really really want it , and that it isn’t incompatible with your frogs!
My sister had a frog and then we got a tortoise. The frog used to sit on the tortoises shell so that might be an option I guess. Talk to an expert though.
if i keep them in seperate cages, could i get an incompatible animal, or would they jump at each other through the glass?
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with animals that are placed side by side, it is best that they cant see the other animal .
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