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Old 25-11-2006, 01:32 PM   #71
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It does get some getting used to...

I've seen videos of snakes and pacman frogs eating these pinkies. Do a seach on YouTube if you're interested. There are bound to be such videos.

As for froggies, not many of them can eat pinkies actually. And since the frogs don't eat pinkies in nature, I won't recommend too. But as a very occasional treat, I guess it's ok.
thanks but no thanks...dun wanna search n watch..later cant eat lunch... the thought of mice n rats is enough... goose bumps all coming up liao...
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Old 25-11-2006, 01:34 PM   #72
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thanks but no thanks...dun wanna search n watch..later cant eat lunch... the thought of mice n rats is enough... goose bumps all coming up liao...
Yeah... When I was young I watch Discovery channel the Cheetah hunt the gazelle I also want to cry.

It does need some getting used to. But it's all about nature. Big eat small.
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Old 25-11-2006, 01:36 PM   #73
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Yeah... When I was young I watch Discovery channel the Cheetah hunt the gazelle I also want to cry.

It does need some getting used to. But it's all about nature. Big eat small.
i think is just rodents tat give mi the creeps... somemore i born in yr of rat..
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Old 25-11-2006, 03:09 PM   #74
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You have to breed your own pinkys SG's supply only small mice used to see them for sale at Serangoon North. Some people in SG subsitute with hamster as they also breed almost just as fast & more readily available at most petshops.
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Old 01-12-2006, 06:19 PM   #75
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Was at QH last weekend....took a pic of the White's Tree Frog.

Sorry for the blur pics.....lousy hp cam cannot focus properly.

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Old 02-12-2006, 02:24 PM   #76
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they look cute. =) cheers.. =)
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Old 03-12-2006, 11:11 AM   #77
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tree frog is ok to keep but dun keep bull frog. bull frog eat anything thats fit their mouth and they are well known for eating birds(smaller wan of cos) and even their own junior.

frog dont eat dead insect they only eat things that move. though some frog will die eating posion insect, some tree frog are imuse to the posion and infact they make use of the posion to cover their body making them the posion treefrog.

The method of reproduction is different depending on what species of tree frog you are talking about. For example, there is an Asian tree frog that lays its eggs in a foam nest on a tree branch hanging over water.
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