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PacMan Frogs

These frogs get their name from the popular PacMan arcade game. Like the animated character, they have a rounded appearance and a huge mouth. Pacman frogs are not difficult to care for and can make very interesting pets. These frogs are terrestrial amphibians and are actually very poor swimmers.

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South America


Comes in many shades and combinations of green, brown and orange

Size & Lifespan

Needs a temperature of about 82°F during the day and 78°F at night


Pacman frogs are calm, sedentary pets. They do not enjoy being handled and are best kept for show.


Eats crickets and other small prey insects. Larger frogs can be fed small mice and feeder fish.


House alone in a 10-gallon or larger tank. Needs leaf litter or real/artificial plants for hiding and burrowing.


Adults are about 6 inches long and 6 inches wide. Can live 7-10 years.