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Default Terribillis sits in the water often

One of our P T sits in the water a lot. Foe the rest it seems fine. Nothing to see on the outside. Any suggestions? Or no problen??
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Default Re: Terribillis sits in the water often

There is something going on. He is seeking a basal resource in an augmented presentation.

If its not to simply to cool himself, which is unlikely unless you are applying some new unstewarded heating to the environment, look for adherent substrate particulates, that would be the most benign cause.

Otherwise a loss of ionic balance per illness, vector, or injury, must be included in investigative scope.

Some under-the-radar causes - rare but not without potential, are bowel obstructions.
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Extended soaking is a sign that all is not well. Your frog should see a vet as soon as you can get her/him there.
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