My dad owns several green tree frogs and he is a devoted 'dad' to them all feeding them every day by catching flys and bugs and giving them live crickets from the local reptile supplier.
We have noticed lately that one of his frogs is losing their colour and has patchy yellow/ white parts and is looking rather thin despite the fact he eats like a pig. We have had him for about 4 years and we got him fully grown so are unsure of how old he is. Is this normal or is he sick? The other 4 frogs in the tank are looking perfectly normal with no discolouration and they are all quite fat.
These frogs are like my dads babies so if anyone can help I would truly appreciate it.
For all those who care for our magnificent native frog fauna at home. Share information on enclosures, feeding, which frogs to select, and general care advice.
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