The Afrixalus fornasini is a species of frog in the Hyperoliidae family. This opportunistic feeder has been recorded from Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and possibly Swaziland. They live on land that provides them with different habitat requirements, such as acidic soils or bogs, suitable breeding sites for their eggs/tadpoles.
African Brown Banana Tree Frogs can grow to be about 2-3 inches long and live for almost ten years. These frogs are not toxic to humans or other animals, but they can be aggressive if they feel threatened.
If you are thinking about getting an African Brown Banana Tree Frog as a pet, you should know a few things about their care. First of all, they need a warm and humid environment. They also need a tank that is at least 10 gallons in size. It is essential to provide hiding places in their tank, as they like to feel safe and secure.
African Brown Banana Tree Frogs are omnivores, meaning they will eat both plants and animals. Their diet should consist of live food, such as crickets, worms, and other insects. You can also feed them frozen or canned foods, but make sure that these are thawed and warmed up before feeding them to your frog.
When watering your African Brown Banana Tree Frog, you should use filtered or distilled water. This is because the chlorine in tap water can be harmful to them. It would be best if you also misted their tank with water every day to help keep the humidity levels high.
If you follow these simple tips, you can provide your African Brown Banana Tree Frog with the care they need to thrive. They make great pets and can bring a lot of joy to your home.
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