Frogs & Amphibians search results, filtered by desc, name

Name Captive Lifespan Care Level
White's Treefrog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Western Toad 8 to 12 Years Beginner
Tomato Frog 5 to 8 Years Beginner
Tiger Salamander 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Southern Leopard Frog 8 to 12 Years Beginner
Red-eyed Treefrog 8 to 12 Years Intermediate
Pyxie Frog (Pixie) 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Poison Frog 5 to 8 Years Advanced
Pine Barrens Treefrog 2 to 5 Years Intermediate
Pac-Man Frog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Ornate Horned Frog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Oriental Fire-bellied Toad 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Northern Leopard Frog 8 to 12 Years Beginner
Marine Toad 12 to 20 Years Intermediate
Mandarin Newt 12 to 20 Years Intermediate
Horned Frog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Green Treefrog 5 to 8 Years Beginner
Gray Treefrog 5 to 8 Years Beginner
Fire Salamander 8 to 12 Years Beginner
Eastern Newt 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Dumpy Treefrog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Chinese Fire-bellied Newt 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Chacoan Horned Frog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
Cane Toad 12 to 20 Years Intermediate
Barking Treefrog 8 to 12 Years Beginner
Argentine Horned Frog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
American Toad 8 to 12 Years Beginner
American Bullfrog 8 to 12 Years Intermediate
African Clawed Frog 12 to 20 Years Beginner
African Bullfrog 12 to 20 Years Beginner

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