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Just got 4 new Leucs, about 405 months old each. They all like to hang out in the corners of the viv. Any ideas? Is this normal?
Yuppp. Leucs are semi arboreal species.So, they like to climb and chill on top. Have you heard you leucs call yet? My male likes to call while hes on the tallest point in the viv. I would double check the temp and humidity. Make sure the boundaries of your viv, like does the temp differ from top of the viv to the bottom. How long have they been established in the viv? If its a new viv they would have to get use to it.
 

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Yea, I know they are semi arboreal, I just put them in so I figured they just weren't used to the viv yet. The thermometer is at the bottom of the viv and is around 75-78 high, 80 being the most if the AC is running hot. I just got them two days ago. So more or less a shot in the dark to get others opinion and experiences.
 

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Yea, I know they are semi arboreal, I just put them in so I figured they just weren't used to the viv yet. The thermometer is at the bottom of the viv and is around 75-78 high, 80 being the most if the AC is running hot. I just got them two days ago. So more or less a shot in the dark to get others opinion and experiences.
Yea they probably need to get used to the viv. Dont worry.:D
 

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I have 4 and 2 like the back corner and the other 2 patrol the rest of the area.


wow!!! yours are 405 months old? that's 33 + years old :eek:
 

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It's pretty typical for new frogs to hide in the highest tightest place possible when introduced to a new tank, especially if they were newly shipped. It's the "freaked out" phase. They get over it.
 
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