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I fed my Pixie Frog (aka African Bullfrog) a mouse for the first time the other day. I killed the mouse first because I didn't want the mouse to injure my frog.

Here's the pics:






 

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thats friggin amazing!
 

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Took him roughly 10 min to get to the point where there was only a tail sticking out of his mouth.

As far as how I prekilled, it's not for the faint of heart but it works like a charm. An old friend showed me this back in the days when I was big into reptiles...
To put it simple: Break the mouse's neck.
To put it explicitly: Place a pencil/screwdriver/stick between the mouses head and body(on it's neck, I guess). Pin it down on a flat surface and yank it's tail. Dead mouse.
 

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Gumby said:
Took him roughly 10 min to get to the point where there was only a tail sticking out of his mouth.

As far as how I prekilled, it's not for the faint of heart but it works like a charm. An old friend showed me this back in the days when I was big into reptiles...
To put it simple: Break the mouse's neck.
To put it explicitly: Place a pencil/screwdriver/stick between the mouses head and body(on it's neck, I guess). Pin it down on a flat surface and yank it's tail. Dead mouse.
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Or you could do the same with a f/t mouse. Which might even be cheaper in terms of cost of the mouse... Around where I live, anyway.

Nevertheless, awesome pics. Love the clarity in them. Must have a good cam!
 
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