What is this project about?
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An artificial environment for Cope's Gray tree frogs, a versatile species
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How can I build a good artificial environment for tree frogs from scratch?
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Began habitat research
The Cope's gray tree frogs, despite the name, are actually well adapted to life on the ground and in low foliage. They can change color from a dull brown to a bright green in order to blend in, and have rather short tongues for close range hunting. As such a good habitat would simulate being in a bush, with plenty of hiding spots and perches.
March 12, 2021
Went shopping for materials
March 13, 2021
Began work on blueprints; decided to make a conversion kit instead of an entirely new terrarium
March 16, 2021
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