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Postby PoisonDart » Tue Feb 19, 2008 11:25 am

Gday

Anyone interested in 5 Perons Tree Frogs? These little ones have been raised from tadpoles at my sons pre school. I have been looking after them since they morphed into froggies. They are all eating flies and the odd cricket when i can catch em. As a guess i would say they range in size from 2cm-2.5cm. I dont have the time anymore and would never let them go. Im unsure if a licence is required but they would need to be going to a frog loving home.
Sydney Bankstown area
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Postby Ann » Tue Feb 19, 2008 1:28 pm

Hi Steve, do you currently have a license?

If they are not on license then I suggest you contact FATS:
http://www.fats.org.au/Welcome.html

They will be able to advise you as what to do.
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Postby GrantW » Tue Feb 19, 2008 2:15 pm

A license is required to keep frogs, if they were wild caught tadpoles the only legal thing that can be done is the frogs must be released to where the tadpoles were collected from.

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