Red eyed tree frogs are an endearing and interesting species of frog. They make adorable and fun-loving pets. Caring for the frog is equally essential as it is for any other pet. In case of these frogs, you are required to set up their home properly before purchasing one for yourself.
Do not think that keeping them in smaller cages at first is a good idea. Actually, in the long run, this would be more expensive. So, if you are planning to get a pet iguana, see to it that you have already prepared a large tank or Terrarium Singapore. If you have an extra room in your home, you may renovate it to serve as the room of your iguana. Also, do not forget to place a cover on the floor of your pet’s housing. This should be made from a material that cannot be eaten by the iguana.
Now, that I have given you a brief description, let me get into the fun part. I talk to my anoles as I would a puppy. They respond to a kind voice, and at certain times during the day will sit and listen to me talk to them. Zyrtek will sometimes crawl up a leaf or sit on his perch just to listen to me. When he is content he will even wink at me. Yes, I know that it sounds silly, but he does. Gigi will allow me get close and she will be still and listen to me talk to her. The other two will listen but only Terrarium workshop from a distance. Again, it depends on what I call their “mood swings”.
If you do not have one of these glass cookie jars here are some guidelines for choosing an alternate container. Choose a large container that is glass or plastic (preferably clear plastic if the project is for younger children) and insure it has a very large mouth opening so little hands can reach easily into it. Then finally, choose something with an easily removable lid. This will allow you to cover it for a closed system but also to remove it if it is over watered.
The main caution is not to house two males together. They will be enemies and fight, with one inevitably being afraid and sulking. Females housed together will not pose a problem.
The bottom of the enclosure needs to be layered with substrate, at least 2″ deep for burrowing. Steer clear of gravel, wood chips, sand, and vermiculite or perlite. The best substrates for your Chubby include peat moss / potting soil mixes, eco earth, organic mulch, and coconut fiber.
Think about how you feel about the process and your time. Are you ready to build your own plant terrarium, or does a kit make more sense for you? If you are ready to learn the ropes and to accept some risk of failure, it makes sense to build your own. If not, a kit may be the right choice for you.