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I got a pair of White's tree frogs yesterday and they LOVE their crickets. I would like them to eat a variety of foods, but I can't seem to get them interested in earthworms (red wigglers). I put them in a little dish, but the frogs don't seem to see them. The worms just crawl out of their dish and squirm down into the substrate, never to be seen again. Anyone have any tricks to get their frogs to eat the earthworms? Or ever just to keep from losing them in the substrate?

This is probably a bit of a dumb question. Thanks for your patience!

Sidenote: At what age do the frogs begin croaking? Mine are still young, about 1 3/4 inches long--so just wondering!
 

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If you cut them in half they will wiggle more and also will take longer to get away, hope this helps
 
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