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Mary from Belle Vernon, PA– Verified Buyer
I absolutely love it!!! My students love them!!! It is very easy to take care of which is wonderful.
Great for kids
Julie from Los Angeles
We bought this product for our daughter nearly 4 years ago when they were initially sold through Brookstone. We started with two frogs, but the first died within the first couple of weeks due to illness. The other, however, we still have today and is doing fantastically. After reading all the horror reviews about how these tiny frogs supposedly need more space and aerated water, we did actually buy and set up a larger tank for the frog, along with a cherry shrimp. It was great, but quite frankly he seemed happier in the small container he came in. Vacations we always put him back into the original container (with some of the live sand and water form the bigger tank) to take to friend's houses and there was never any problem. This last time, we got him a little bit larger critter keeper (the ones with a vented lid), transferred live rock, live algae balls, and a small live lily pad along with Malaysian Trumpet snails, to stay in for an extended vacation. When we came back home, we left him in it and he is just as healthy and happy as can be. I do, however, top off the tank each week and change out water about every 3 months or so and clean sides as needed of any algae overgrowth (not much and usually only if it gets too much indirect sun). Contrary to what some claim, in the wild these dwarf (non-clawed) frogs often live in puddles of water and not large, clean bodies of churning water. Even large frogs in the wild do not need pristine clear water to live in and are usually found in algae-rich ponds with little to no aeration other than the top surface. The biggest factor for survival is not the tank they are in, but rather how often and how
Stanley from Chicago– Verified Buyer
Christmas gift for grandchildren. Forget the electronics. This seemed to be their favorite gift!
Oliver from Limerick, PA– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Great little learning lab for children and adults alike. Like any living system, periodic, about every one-two weeks is required.
Jill from Clinton, NC– Verified Buyer
Ordered these as a surprise gift for christmas. I thought for sure the frogs would arrive dead since it was so cold, but they were just fine. My kids love the frogs. It's been over two months- the water is still clear.
This is NOT Fair to the aniimals
Sharon from Delaware
I have two African claw toed frogs in a 20 gallon tank because all the experts agree they need at least that much room. They are highly intelligent animals who require stimulation to be really happy. They should also be male and female. The singing is probably a mating call. They need a hollow place to hide as they stress easily without it. They are VERY sensitive to loud noises. They are hardy and can live to 18 or 20 years in captivity. They need live food for stimulation from time to time. This is NOT how they should be cared for!!!!
My Eco System
sharmaine from Plumsteadville, PA– Verified Buyer
bought for my grandsons ...They love it.named the frogs hippy and hoppy...Was easy to assemble Looks very nice
THIS IS ANIMAL CRUELTY.
ashley from boca raton, fl
THE INSTRUCTIONS SAY FEED 2xWK AND CHANGE EVERY 3 MONTHS DO YOUR RESEARCH PEOPLE! THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO BE FED DAILY WITH SHRIMP OR WORMS. 10 GALLON TANK IS SUGGESTED. CLEAN TANKS EVERY 2-4 WKS.
Jill from Clarksville, IA– Verified Buyer
It arrived quickly and in great shape. Very reasonably priced. My nephew loved it. Would definitely buy from this company again.
Nancy from Atlantic Beach, FL– Verified Buyer
I have the smaller ecosystem and wished to transfer my frogs to a larger environment. This one is not much bigger.