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Postby Aaron » Sun Mar 06, 2016 12:31 pm

Hi Laurel,

It's easy to become attached to frogs like Green Tree Frogs. Wild frogs will come and go as conditions demand. If there is enough food, water and hiding places around your home then the frog is unlikely to venture far. In winter there will be less activity and frogs like the Green Tree Frog spend most of the colder months doing very little at all.

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