Common Name: Strawberry / Pineaple Pacman Frog
Pacman Frogs eat a wide variety of food including crickets, roaches, small fish, worms and even small mice. The amount to feed them depends on the size of the frog and the temperature inside the enclosure. During cooler times of the day and of the year, feed them smaller prey items once a week. During warmer times, feed them more often, twice a week. Calcium supplements should be provided for your frog once or twice a month by shaking crickets or worms with a vitamin and calcium powder mixture. Be careful when feeding your Pacman. They have teeth and may bite. It is best to place the food on the ground or use tongs. This is why it is not recommended to use gravel as a substrate as the Pacman Frog will often pounce on the prey item and ingest some of the substrate. Provide a clean non-chlorinated water bowl and mist the terrarium daily. Soak your Pacman in fresh, dechlorinated water once a week to keep them hydrated.
Rainforests of South America
Adult males 2.5-4 inches Females 4 inches
Up to 15 years
Please Note: The weights and lengths of our animals may vary slightly
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