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Arrow Frog (Dendrobates sp.)

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  • Description

    Please note that the product information displayed is provided by manufacturers, suppliers and other third parties and is not independently verified by Petco.

    These brightly colored frogs are active climbers and jumpers, some of these species are fun to watch.

    • - Arrow Frogs live in rainforest habitats in Central and South America. They can be found in trees, as well as under leaves and logs and rocks on the floor of the forest. Because of their size, from 1/2 to 2 inches long, they are hard to see.
    • - Dart Frogs of the same species can be housed together. Do not house different species together.
    • - Diurnal - Awake during the day, sleep at night
    • - Diet: Insectivore
    • - Max Size: 1.5 inches
    • - Lifespan: 10 years

    Specifications

    • SKU

      2257889

    • Primary Brand

      Petco

    • Days to Ship

      Ships Next Business Day

  • Because all reptiles are potential carriers of infectious diseases, such as Salmonella, always wash your hands before and after handling your reptile or habitat contents to help prevent the potential spread of disease. Update habitat size as your reptile grows.

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