Old frogs.

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Old frogs.

Postby Jules » Sat Feb 11, 2012 8:52 am

So I've had my red eyes for about 6 years now and have read that that is about as old as they get. Are they gunna die off soon? What should I expect? Skin disorders? Just dead in the corner one day? gunky eyes?

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Postby *ADRIAN* » Sat Feb 11, 2012 6:28 pm

These things happen unfortunatly ide just let them live the way they have been for the last six years obviously youve been doing something rite. Ive had a few adult red eyes now that ive bought which im thinking now where old, they just end up slowing down eating less and suddenly dieing for no apparent reason than what i can put down to old age, its a pity there life span isnt longer but i also wouldnt just say there 6 years is up time to find a nice place for them to rest,good luck mate


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