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Frog Habitats

Before setting up any pet habitat in your home, you must do your homework and learn as much as you possibly can about your new pet especially if you’ve never owned this type of pet before. Frogs are becoming popular pets because they’re cute, fun to watch and creating their terrarium can be very exciting. Here are some basic facts about frogs: They are cold-blooded organisms, and they are vertebrates classified as amphibians since they can live on land as well as in water. Frog carries out most of its activities, for instance feeding, on land and turns to water during the breeding season. A unique characteristic that fully developed frogs have is a sticky tongue, which is flicked out to catch prey. Frogs mostly feed on small insects, such as flies. Zen Pet Supplies has all the supplies you need to set up a proper frog habitat including terrariums of different shapes and sizes.
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BioBubble Terrarium Reptile Habitat
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Here, we’re going to make some suggestions about the different types of habitat you can purchase for your pet frog. Everyone has their own opinion on which type of habitat is best for a pet frog, so you have to do some reading and decide what you want to try for your first frog. If the habitat you choose doesn’t work out for some reason, you can buy another one. One type is a glass terrarium with a canopy (cover) and light. For many kinds of frogs, you’ll be looking for a terrarium that opens in the front and has a secure latch. For some other types of frogs, a tank that opens at the top, and has two sections (one for water and one for land) is the best choice. The two-section tanks can be made from a regular aquarium. All you have to do is fit a piece of glass inside as a divider and secure it with clear aquarium caulking.

You will also need artificial lighting, which should fit into the canopy of the terrarium. Many kinds of frog require some ultraviolet-B (UVB) light, in addition to regular light. And you will need substrate materials like aquarium sand or gravel, mulch material, pebbles, or peat moss. The best kind of substrate will depend on the kind of frog you choose as your pet. For instance, tree frogs will need mulch and sand. Please check out the different types of frog habitat at Zen Pet Supplies today and stock up on the other supplies you’ll need to place inside the terrarium. Zen is your one-stop shop for all your pet’s needs.