Category Archives: Amphibian

Another Shot of Our Red-Eyes!

Our Red-eyed Tree Frogs are out and about!

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Who Do You Prefer?!

Animal Ark tries it’s best to supply the Kingwood and surrounding areas with a wide variety of pets and pet products. We carry specialty foods for your dog or cat in regular and grain free varieties. For the more scaley critters, we have live, frozen and dried foods as well as the bowls and cage decorations to keep your pets happy. Lighting for these special guys also available in a plethora of wattage. We’ve even stocked a great assortment of foods for rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils,  mice and rats. Exotics like Sugar Gliders and Degu’s even have a selection! Call or visit today for an extensive list of our … Continue reading

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Another Red-eye!

This little guy popped out to say hello right after their misting and feeding.

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He dosen’t miss any meals

Giant African Pixie Frog

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Red-eyed Tree Frog

These little guys are tropical critters found throughout Central America and southern Mexico. They’re not poisonous despite their colorful patters. These vibrant colors stay hidden until they feel threatened, then they flash their sides and open those eyes to make their predators think twice. That hesitation gives the Red-eye a chance to escape.

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Fire-Bellied Toad

These little guys can live up to 12 years in captivity. They’re called Fire-belly because of the flamboyant coloring on their underside. They use this as a warning to possible predators saying “I taste bad!”

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