African Clawed Frogs

We have 2 African clawed frogs named Clyde and Seymour.

African clawed frog is a species of frog that is found in eastern and southern parts of Africa. This frog can survive in various habitats: from stagnant water to the fast flowing streams. During the summer, African clawed frogs are mainly located in warm rivers. They will move into the flooded forests during the rainy season. African clawed frogs are not listed as endangered species, but they are very sensitive to ...

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Budgett’s Frog

Meet Collin. He is our Budgett’s Frog.

The Budgett’s Frog is an adorable looking frog. It has a wide comical face and a body that seems entirely too large for its legs. These surprising characteristics have led to a common name for the Budgett’s, which aptly describes these funny frogs, the “Hippo Frog”.

Budgett’s Frog’s have a rounded, flattened body with eyes set high on their head, giving them a blob-like appearance. They have short limbs, which do not make them particularly ...

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Pacman Frog

Meet Bam Bam, one of our many pacman frogs.

Pacman frogs are native to South America, and are terrestrial in nature. In fact, they are very poor swimmers and care must be taken that they do not drown in their water bowls.

These frogs are quite large, and can reach around 6-7 inches in length (15-17 cm), although males tend to be quite a bit smaller than females. They are generally about as wide as they are long, so are quite ...

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Sulcata Tortoises

We have 3 African Sulcata Tortoises (Donatello, Shelly and Tortellini) also known as the African Spur-Thigh Tortoise. They are the third largest tortoise in the world and adults can grow up to be as much as 200 lbs and they can live well up to 150 years or more.

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