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An amphibian is an animal that can llive, or breathe in both water and above. Frog turtle

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What is a frog, toad, and a salamander classified as?


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Pizza. The amphibians are the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It took me forever to find out, haha!

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What forms of substrates are best for amphibians?

As for amphibian substrates I would select one of the following types: paper towel, reptile carpet, alfalfa pellets, or Bed-A-Beast.

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What is a substrate?

A substrate is what you place on the ground of your reptile/amphibian enclosure.

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In terms of feeding an amphibian, what does the term gutloading mean?

Gutloading is a term used to describe the feeding practice of the filler foods. This means that if you feed your amphibian live crickets, you should feed your crickets first with foods that will ultimately be nutritious for your amphibian.

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How much should I feed my chameleon?

You should feed insectivorous amphibians as many insects as they can consume in a period of thirty minutes, twice daily.

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In terms of amphibian food and diet, what is an insectivore?

An insectivore is a type of animal that eats only insects. An amphibian example of this would be a chameleon. Their diet consists of crickets and mealworms.

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What kind of foods do herbivore amphibians eat?

Herbivore eating amphibians like to eat food items like romaine lettuce, bananas, chopped squash and chopped collard greens.

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What kind of food do you feed a reptile/amphibian?

That all depends on what of reptile/amphibian it is - carnivore, herbivore or omnivore. Most snakes and lizards are carnivores, green iguanas and some tortoises are herbivores and bearded dragons and most aquatic turtles are omnivores.

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