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Hello all,

I know most people here like to keep frogs in groups (assuming the proper demands regarding spacing and male/female ratios have been met), but I don't think I've ever heard much discussion regarding keeping a solitary frog.

As I understand it tincs are super territorial and keeping them in groups larger than pairs is generally a bad idea, but do we know how they fare when kept in isolation?
 

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Hello all,

I know most people here like to keep frogs in groups (assuming the proper demands regarding spacing and male/female ratios have been met), but I don't think I've ever heard much discussion regarding keeping a solitary frog.

As I understand it tincs are super territorial and keeping them in groups larger than pairs is generally a bad idea, but do we know how they fare when kept in isolation?
1 tinc will be fine by itself
 

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Perhaps if there is no territory or breeding neural cues, a solitary individual is in a state of rest and it is similar to periods non hormonal stimuli in a natural state.
 
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