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Hi there,
I have two gray tree frog tadpoles that developed tail deformities very early in their tadpole lives. (Louisville, Kentucky, USA.)
One's is a little thicker on one side than the other at the base and so it bends to one side. The other one's is more like a kink, more severe, and it's right about in the middle of the tail, down a bit.
They are starting to morph now. Little back legs are out. Pictures here:

http://imgur.com/gallery/v6yaxS8

Does anyone have experience with this? I wonder if after morphing they're going to have problems. Would you cull them if so or just try to give them the best life you can? Thanks in advance
 

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I don't know, but uploading a pic to an image sharing site and then linking here would certainly help someone diagnose the issue.
 

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Thanks. I created an imgur acct. I've edited the original post with a link to photos.
 
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