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Old 07-25-2010, 04:43 PM
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Hi!

just want to share this funny picture of my 3 T.orange!



they are 6 months right now(3 when I got them), and starting to grow really fast and eating SO hughe things! as my first terribilis, I must say that keeping them seems to me much more different than the other PDF I had before, but also very fun, very cool frogs!
the front one is not growing as much as the other two and also looks a little bit different (more short and compact, like more muscular..) maybe a male, or still to early?

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Old 07-25-2010, 05:21 PM
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Ha great pic man.
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Nice pic!

Very beautiful frogs too!!
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Old 07-25-2010, 07:11 PM
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Hi very nice group !
I would like to know if your frogs have a darker color without the flash of the photo. I also have a group of orange but the color does not seem frankly arrivals, especially for two of them. You may have seen my post a few days ago !?
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Old 07-25-2010, 07:59 PM
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Hi very nice group !
I would like to know if your frogs have a darker color without the flash of the photo. I also have a group of orange but the color does not seem frankly arrivals, especially for two of them. You may have seen my post a few days ago !?
Yes I saw your post!
the frogs have a darker orange without the flash, but still not that dark, actually I would say that they don't look very different from yours.
I have also one of them with brighter legs, but this tends to disappear as she is growing.. By the way, now they seem to go darker, starting from the head, but I would say that even before that, they where clearly orange

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Old 07-26-2010, 02:35 PM
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yes mine are very similar to yours. I hope terribilis orange europe are not all like this. Apparently in usa the orange is much greater than ours!
I hope one day to have a strain of frogs united states !
Can I ask where you've had your orange T., Hamm?
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yes mine are very similar to yours. I hope terribilis orange europe are not all like this. Apparently in usa the orange is much greater than ours!
I hope one day to have a strain of frogs united states !
Can I ask where you've had your orange T., Hamm?
I got them in Holland, in the dutch frog day..by these time they didn't even change the hole black in the back!
by the way, maybe we should wait like at least 6-8 months to see their final colour, they are still juvies! If I remember, I would post again to see how they look in the future..even so, I find them very beautifull!

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..even so, I find them very beautifull!
do not worry, I too find them very beautiful .... The yours and mine too ...... !
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