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I got 6 froglets couple weeks ago one of the azureus just looks smaller than the rest and he just looks shrunken in general. Today is the first I've noticed it. I understand at times it can be hard to keep weight on froglets however this one still has me concerned. The legs don't look deformed but just overly skinny compared to others however he eats at every feeding. I have moved him to his own enclosure so i can monitor feeding a little more could use some advice

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I will snap a couple of shots for you guys as soon as o get back home

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I didn't get a chance to snap a photo. I guess it was just too late to do anything. Got home from work today to find little guy Didn't Make it I guess it happens sometimes with froglets this young:(
 

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everyone has a froglet die sooner or later,it actually sounds like an internal parasite,i would get some fecals done,sorry for your loss:(
 

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When froglets are raised together (especially when they are different ages), the smaller ones can easily get stressed, stop eating, and die. It's impossible to raise each froglet separately, but some folk end-up having the density too high.

That would be my first guess at what happened. Good luck with the rest.

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I've heard of this happening before all were the same size when they started out but. I do agree when you have multiple frogs in same tank it does make it harder for you to monitor
 
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