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    I always keep my Theloderma corticale in a row...


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    Wow, did you use regular or clicker training.

    Cute!

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    Those are really cool!

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    OMG!!! What an awesome photo. They look great. Thanx for the post. ron
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    Wow those guys are amazing! It took me a second to realize what I was looking at. Always amazing!
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    Thanks for the compliments. Here's another shot...


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    I have 3 of these frogs (2 females 1 male) and they are by far my favorite frog. I have them in a naturalistic paludaruim and it's the house fave. We play 'find the mossy' with new visitors because you can be staring right at them and not see them. Such a cool frog! I grew mine up from tadpoles and let me tell you, their tads are HUGE.


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