It's Ceratophrys ornata. Here's a link: http://allaboutfrogs.org/info/species/horned.html It tells all about them.Isabella said:Really? Never heard of a frog that has teeth ??? What is the scientific name of that frog?
Surprisingly, Pac Man frogs don't really need that much heat. I have never used heat on Fubar, except a lamp now and then. She seems to prefer room temperature, because the extra heat dries everything out.poefox said:I've always wanted one of those, but I really don't have enough room in my little apartment for the infrastructure I'd need to look after a frog as well as my fish. (I know they need heat and they need moisture) However they're definitely on my list. Very cool pics
Surprisingly, they aren't that expensive. I paid about $10 for her when she was really little. I think the bigger they are, the more you'll pay. If/when you do get one, make sure you give it substrate it can burrow in and a water dish big enough to soak in. Some pet shops will tell you that "reptile carpet" is good for them, but it isn't. If they can't dig and hide, especially to hibernate, they will become depressed and possibly die at a young age. Jungle litter is great for them.Charis said:I've wanted a pac man frog. But I lack the money right now. It's on list with a pair of dwarf puffers.