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Interesting question a friend asked me.

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Posted by: pfan151 at Wed Mar 3 11:53:01 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by pfan151 ]  
   

I have a friend that has a large heated greenhouse with tons of different tropical plants. The coolest the temps ever get is about 65 degrees, up to about 90 in the dead of summer. He asked me if I though he could put some dart frogs in there. They would have plenty of insects from the plants to eat (fruit flies, aphids, and a few other small bugs from his plants) The humidity stays very high in there even during the winter. High enough to cause a constant condinsation on the galss. I now he would probably almost never see them, but do you think they would survive ok in there? I have kept darts in the past, but this is a bit beyond my experience.
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