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Does anybody have a website with a good caresheet for a pacman frog?
Even your own caresheet would help.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Go to repticzone.com
Pacmans are easy to take care of.
You can keep them in a ten gallon tank with any color gravel and chlorinated water about and inch deep. You can also use moss or ecoearth. This will help him hide but will make clean up harder.
Babies you can feed crickets to every other day but as they get bigger you will need to move on to bigger food. They will eat red rosies, minnows, and eventually feeder gold fish. They will also eat pinkies, fuzzies, hoppers and mice.
Pacman frogs will grow large, females larger than males, about 6-8 inches in diameter. You really can't sex them except when they reach sexually maturity, then all those handsome male frogs start croaking. It can get load but it is not continuous.
Their tank should be cleaned and sanitized every other week unless your frog craps in it, then you want to clean it asap.
Pacman frogs are aggressive and some try to bite when you pick them up but by holding it regularly you can avoid that. Pacman frog will grow teeth when they are big enough to eat adult mice so taming it early is a good thing to do.
Keep them warm, room temp or 85 and they will do fine. They really don't jump so if you dropit it won't run away and they are easy to catch.
Best of luck with your pacmanSource(s): Owned a pacman
- Bonita ApplebaumLv 51 decade ago
Websites with care sheets:
- Anonymous1 decade ago
look under Amphibian section...good luckSource(s): for good info on most reptiles and their basic care sheet check out our website ... http://ultimatereptiles.bravehost.com/