Good Roomate For A Fire Bellied Toad?

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Good Roomate For A Fire Bellied Toad?

Postby bkelley » Thu Aug 05, 2010 6:50 am

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I adopted four fire bellies from a friend about 13-14 years back. Sometime down the road I got another little dude and had five total; Sprite, Pepsi, Coke, DP and Barqs. As of about a month ago, I am down to just Sprite (I think!). Not sure how old he is as they got pretty hard to identify once they matured, but I would have to say he is the one I got later on, so I would have to put him at 7-8 years old. I feel like he could use a roomie and was wondering if another frog/amphibian would fit. I know they produce some toxins that could harm other animals, so I might just have to get another fire belly.
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Re: Good Roomate For A Fire Bellied Toad?

Postby Grimleo » Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:52 am

They can kill themselves with their own toxins, lol(not changing the water bowl water enough). I wouldn't put something else in there :/
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Re: Good Roomate For A Fire Bellied Toad?

Postby bkelley » Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:56 am

Grimleo wrote:They can kill themselves with their own toxins, lol(not changing the water bowl water enough). I wouldn't put something else in there :/
Well, I've heard of people who have fire bellied newts in the same viv and they do fine. Just wondering if there was any other frog/amphibian that would fit.
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