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Old 11-04-2019, 09:20 PM
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Default Re: One small skinny frog...

I just went through a similar situation with some bicolors. They are were staying thin but one was far thinner than the rest. It still ate just didnt gain any size. I went through tests and treatments thinking that it was potentially parasites. Since returning the frog to the group from quarantine, they have began losing size again. Something the vet said is when frogs are stressed they release pheromones that may cause stress to frogs in their environment. The words she used were "toxing eachother out". A visible sign of a stressed frog is "sucking in", making them appear very thin. A potential cause of this is lack of space for the individuals. What size enclosure are they in?
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