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I just got back from my trip and the entire time I was sick with worry for my white-lipped tree frog. I was possitive I was going to come back and find him dead. I was so releaved when he was alive- his eye looks a lot better too; it's no longer red and bloody, but I'm sure he'll be blind in it forever. Before I left I put some Neosporin on it thinking that might help and stop infection, I really don't know if it helped or if he healled naturally. The whole story is on my blog, and I'd like to know if I did the right thing, and what else I can do to ensure that all of my frogs will survive (I would miss him calling at night)
I'm just worried that the white's tree frog will eat all of the crickets each night before the white-lipped has time to adapt to hunting with one eye. should I seperate them when feeding? What else could I do to make sure he has a full recovery?
 
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