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BASIC CARE AND FEEDING OF THE ALBINO PACMAN FROG

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The albino PacMan frogs are a popular amphibian pets maybe you are wondering whether to purchase a regular or albino PacMan frog or want to bring a new baby albino PacMan frog have and want to know if your pet would need any special care. This article covers all you need to know about the useful care and advice on carrying for your pet albino PacMan frog. It’s doesn’t only covers for the regular albino PacMan frogs but also for apricot, sunburst, and strawberry PacMan frogs as there are also different forms of albinos.

A QUICK LOOK AT THE ALBINO PACMAN FROG

Albino PacMan frogs are amphibians which lacks pigmentation; there by being an orange and yellow skin tone which differentiates them from the normal PacMan frog (which is green and brown). The albino PacMan frog has red eyes which also differentiates them from PacMan frogs. Note that the albino PacMan frogs comes in different types; this includes: 

  • Strawberry pineapple PacMan frogs
  • Sun burst PacMan frog
  • Apricot PacMan frog
  • 4 spot pattern less albino PacMan frog
  • Strawberry PacMan frog
  • Regular albino PacMan frog. 

Let’s have a look at some of these morphs.

REGULAR ALBINO PACMAN FROG

This type of albino PacMan frog is plain yellow with no other coloration. 

STRAWBERRY PINEAPPLE PACMAN FROG

The strawberry pineapple albino PacMan looks more like the standard strawberry PacMan frog. But with more pink tones that are dull because they lack pigmentation. They’ve got red eyes which is also a result of lack of pigmentation.

Native to the South American, strawberry PacMan frogs are amphibians that aren’t that popular in the world of pets. They are poor swimmers and highly terrestrial, however, spends most of their time in moist regions. Their animated looks and character gave them the name of the PacMan frog, but they aren’t as active as PacMan frog. Strawberry PacMan frogs are amazing pets that spend most of their time lounging in their enclosure. 

If you’re on a look out for something that jumps and climbs a lot, PacMan frogs aren’t the best option as they’re aren’t much active and docile. They’ve got a large appetite and it’ll take some work and dedication to keep up to their demands. These frogs aren’t the easiest to have, and however, aren’t the hardest to posses either. These frogs are named after the colors of the fruits it resembles; having a red and orange on the back, as well as a creamy white belly with orange to red spots.

SUN BURST PACMAN FROG

This is the yellow color of the albino but with strawberry coloration. Its colors are lighter than standard morphs, but still makes the perfect choice when choosing an albino PacMan frog.

FEEDING AN ALBINO PACMAN FROG

The main reason why the albino PacMan frogs are a top choice between beginner frog owners is due to their voracious appetite and can eat anything that fits into their mouth. Their diet shout consists of crickets, roaches, mealworms, and small mice. The amount of food provided should depend on the size of the albino PacMan frog size and temperature. Adult albino PacMan frogs should be fed 1-2 times a week, with juveniles munching on a tasty diet daily.

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