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Overcrowding

 

Habitats that are overcrowded with frogs are likely to cause diseases and infections amongst its residents.

Injuries frequently occur in overcrowded conditions because all the frogs are moving around and bumping into each other. It is also likely to contribute to raising their stress levels. When a frog feels excessively stressed with its surroundings it is likely to try to escape. When frogs try to escape their are frequently injured in the process. Housing many frogs together will likely cause fights between the frogs which can also cause physical injuries.

Some frogs can actually be poisonous to different species but not to their own kind. For this reason you should not mix species of frogs in the same habitat without thoroughly researching their compatibility.

 
 
 
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