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Rabbits as Pets

Rabbits as Pets

Don’t Rush Thought and consideration must go into the decision to get a rabbit as a pet. Rabbits are typically not suitable for small children and do not like to sit quietly on a lap for long periods. They prefer to interact with you on their level (the floor) and to like to explore their…

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Betta Fish Care

Betta Fish Care

Betta Fish have also been termed “Siamese Fighting Fish” due to the male’s aggressive, territorial behavior. Typically, males housed together will posture (face one another with flared fins and gills), and may even attack each other. As a precaution, it is a general rule of thumb to house males solitarily. Female Bettas, on the other hand, do well when kept in multiples; a group of female Bettas is called a “sorority”.

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Tarantula Care Sheet

Tarantula Care Sheet

There is great variation in color, size, body style, and temperament between different species of Tarantulas. Some are docile and are easily handled while other species are strictly for observation only. While males of most species are typically more vibrant than females, they generally have a much shorter lifespan than their female counterparts (about half the length). Tarantulas are very low maintenance pets and often require modest enclosures, which allow them to fit easily on your desktop, in a classroom, or on a bedroom dresser.

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Pacman Frog Care

Pacman Frog Care

The Pacman Frog is a very unique and low maintenance pet. Due to the sensitivity of their skin, Pacman Frogs are to be observed more than handled. With mouths that account for about half of their very round bodies, Pacman Frogs resemble the infamous arcade game character, Ms. Pacman. Although these frogs can grow to the size of a small dinner plate, they are sit-and-wait predators, who plant themselves in one spot in the terrarium for most of the day and rarely wander around their enclosure. This lifestyle allows them to be housed in relatively small terrariums that can be kept on work desktops, children’s bedroom dressers, kitchen countertops, and similar places. Pacman Frogs come in a great variety of colors from lime green to yellow, to brown, and even pink!

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Green Tree Frog Care

Green Tree Frog Care

Scientific Name: Hyla cinerea Originates From: Southeastern United States Average Adult Length: 1.5-2 inches Average Lifespan: 10-15 years General Information The Green Tree Frog makes for a very low maintenance and easily kept pet. Due to the sensitivity of their skin, Green Tree Frogs are to be observed more than handled. Their toe pads, characteristic…

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