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i have had my pair of inferalanis for a week today. Starting yesterday they both, the male more than the female, have been jumping strait up off the hut into the screen top. It is not just exposed screen, it is wrapped in plastic wrap to kep up humidity so it forms sort of an air cushion of sorts. Is it just part of the "getting used to the new tank process?" My cobalts never did this. Just my observation but they are much shyer than my cobalts when it comes to me watching them and feeding. thanks to all responses
 
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I would have to say that it is part of their acclimation. I've had frogs go crazy like this right after releasing them into their viv and I've also had frogs that take the new transition quite well. Give them a little time to settle in and they should be ok....just be very careful with that screen as they can very easily tear their skin on it.

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My terribilis bounced around all day and night when I got them. Now they just hide alot. All five are usually out in the morning, but later in the day you can usually only find three.
 
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