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Xenopus Frog

Xenopus Frog ##STADE## - coat 71
Also called The African clawed frog, the Xenopus frog is native to eastern and southern Africa. Most of its life is spent underwater except for when it comes up for air. Xenopus frogs prefer warm, unmoving water, like in ponds.

They are carnivorous animals and will eat just about anything that comes into its path—larvae, insects, small fish, crustaceans, etc. If the pond dries up, these hardy little frogs will just burrow into the ground and can stay an entire year to wait out water! Suprisingly, Xenopus frogs cannot hop, but instead crawl when they need to migrate.

In the wild, they can live around 15 years, and even longer in captivity!


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