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Old 10-14-2019, 03:51 PM
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Hi everybody. Used to keep dart frogs 15 years ago. Have been working with them again the last two years at work, I'm a zookeeper. Recently decided to start keeping and breeding frogs again in my private life. Gonna start with some tincs, leucs, and auratus. And then hopefully brach into some phylobates and oophaga, which are both new to me.
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Old 10-14-2019, 03:55 PM
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Keep us up to date! I look forward to your progress.
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Welcome!

Which species are you involved with at work?
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Which species are you involved with at work?
Nothing crazy, we have auratus, leucomelas, benedicta, two diff tinc morphs and golfodulcean. Also have some mossy's, red-eye's, fire salamanders, milky's, crocodile newts and Kaiser newts. I work with lots of other animals across many taxa's, but those are just the amphibs we have.
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