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Cuban Tree Frog Tip

By: Patti Bartlett

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Cuban tree frogs must be housed separately, from each other and from other animals. Their skin secretions are toxic to other creatures including frogs and amphibians, and Cubans are very active predators. Cubans eat animals such as amphibians, reptiles, birds and mice - basically, anything that is small enough to fit into their mouth.

For more information, please read Keeping Your Amphibian Healthy.

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