I had recived some "new blood" w.c. tincs from an importer in Florida..When I opened up the box you could see that something was wrong...Frog-cicles..Barely moving,I thought that no way were these guys going to survive!!! I e-mailed the the person i got them from, He told me that when he sent them from FL. that it was 85 degrees there and he didn't want to kill them by adding type of heat pack or anything!!!??? Here now in San Diego it was in the 50s I just couldn't imagane what it was like on the plane ride here... It's been 2 days now and they are now eating and appear to becoming more active. I have delt with Chameleons for the last 15 years and know that you need to keep your animal at a modest temp when shipping..I have also been raising dart frogs for a few years but never done any shipping , only small amounts of wholesale to the local shops..SOOOO who out there could give me some advice on the dos and donts of shipping frogs...I have recived just a few shipments here and they have used heat pacs or phase 22..What works best?