Fully developed froglet just out of water.
Growing tadpole developing its rear legs.
Frog Forest Designs would love to partner with schools and teachers to help bring living vivariums into classrooms around San Diego county.
What better way to teach children and students about one of the most fascinating life cycles in nature - up close and personal!
Contact us today about setting up a natural rain forest vivarium in your classroom or at your school. Our vivariums are perfect teaching opportunities to help students learn about nature, plant life, proper husbandry, life cycles of frogs and so much more. There are many reasons a vivarium with poison dart frogs makes the perfect addition to your classroom...
These are just a few reasons that having a vivarium filled with dart frogs is perfect for a classroom pet or aid in teaching. Get in touch with us today to see about becoming one of the first and few teachers in San Diego county with a beautiful living vivarium in their classroom!
All the images below are of our very own Ranitomeya imitator Varaderos, showing us the process from egg to tadpole to froglet!
Tadpole forming within the egg, about to hatch.
Male transporting the newly hatched tad to a water source to grow.
Front legs now formed, and color showing.
We would also love to be able to schedule a presentation at your school (in San Diego County) and help educate your class all about dart frogs, their life cycles, and their habitats. Kids LOVE seeing these bright, colorful frogs, and getting to learn all about these fascinating creatures!
Send us an email today to see about setting up a time to present to your class!
Tail is almost absorbed and froglet begins to climb out of the water.
Female guarding a newly laid clutch of eggs.