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    Cold water reptiles we can buy that are hardy

    Discussion in 'Reptiles, Amphibians and Other Exotic Pets' started by candidpets, Aug 12, 2017 at 7:07 PM.

    1. candidpets

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      not axolotis because they die quick specially when fish chew their gills


      I have african claw frogs i love them they get big


      anything else i can put in my pond?? total aquatic frogs or newt salamander type?

      I am in canada.
       
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      First off,axolotls,frogs and salamanders are not reptiles...secondly,about all you could keep are some species of turtles which you would rarely ever see unless they have somewhere to bask.
       
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      I live in just north of NYC, 200mi south of you. Around here you could get an assortment of frogs (amphibians, like everything on your list) or some turtles.
      RES (Red Eared Slider), Painted, something I know of as a "mud turtle", but probably isn't.
      Turtles need somewhere to bask. Frogs are loud, and you will only see them if you are quiet and patient. When you scare them, they jump in the water.
      Bullfrogs can be bigger than African Clawed Frogs.
      Some of these animals may show up on their own if you put in a pond.
       

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