I have 3 red eyed tree frogs and really enjoy watching them. Unfortunately I find my self staying up veryyy late just to observe and make sure everyone is healthy and eating. Not that this is too much of an issue, I knew that I was purchasing nocturnal animals when I bought them. But I have heard that zoos will often purposely change the sleep cycle of their nocturnal animals so that they can be viewed during the day....So it made me think maybe it could be an option for my tree frogs. The way I have heard of this being accomplished is by leaving their terrarium light on all night and then having the light off during the day. I guess this is assuming the other lights in the room during the day are not too bright and that the frogs will believe that is their "night time". I know this is unnatural for them, and certainly wouldn't want to cause any health problems or anything like that. If I did try this I would make sure to ease them into the new sleep cycle by changing their day/night time by 1 hour every day or so until they are awake during the hours I am awake. That way they don't all of a sudden have a very strange 24 hour day! Any thoughts on this? Has anyone tried it with their frogs? What repercussions (if any) could you see coming up because of this?