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#1 babettebeau


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Posted 15 July 2019 - 08:32 PM

Hi All

There is a small toad in the outdoor enclosure of my two tortoises. Last year there was a tiny one (2 cm long and must have come through the wire mesh) and the one I saw today is a bit bigger and looks the same! I thought the one seen last year went away. But now it could be the same one who has been living in there and has grown over a year. But now it is too big to escape!

I guess it is useful for slugs control.

It is going to be a challenge to find it and catch it.

If I manage to catch it I will release it in the nature reserve nearby.

Long story short, my question is: is letting the toad living in there ok for co-habitation with the two torts, until I catch it?

Please advise on the temporary co-habitation.


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