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Are my ACFs too fat?

Discussion in 'Amphibians & Aquatic Reptiles' started by OjoAndBlubb, Dec 27, 2017.

  1. OjoAndBlubb

    OjoAndBlubb New Member

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    So around 4-5 months back I got these two African Clawed Frogs. One is female and one is male. But I feed them a lot...so are they too fat?


    Ugh. I wish there was a better way to post pics on here.

     
  2. OjoAndBlubb

    OjoAndBlubb New Member

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    here are pics
     

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    CricketChirp New Member

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    How often do you feed them? And what do you feed them? I have African Dwarf Clawed Frogs, so they are slightly different, but I give them a few pellets as soon as I wake up and frozen (thawed) blood worms every other evening. As ACF's are bigger, if you feed bloodworms, every day should be good.

    If your frogs are still quite active, it's a good sign that they are not too fat. Hope this helps
     
  4. OjoAndBlubb

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    I feed them every day and sometimes in the evening. Yes, they are not lethargic. I give each around four pellets in the morning and often feed a bloodworm ball or two at night.
     

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