Frogs are tough to handle
Over the past weekend, I built a frog habitat for my son.
My son loves amphibians and reptiles.
He had been asking for a pet frog for a couple years at this point. Me and my wife had been putting off getting him a frog. We had decided that it was too much of responsibility for him. We had done our research and discovered that caring for a frog was very complicated and it was difficult to keep them alive. Our son insisted that it was actually quite easy to keep certain frogs alive. That fact was quite irrelevant, because he wanted some sort of special tree frog that was probably the most difficult to keep alive of all frogs! My son always likes to make things more complicated than they need to be. After all, we could have just gone into the backyard to find a frog out there for him to take care of. Anyway, we finally decided to get him the frog of his dreams. He was quite pleased! That’s when we discovered that there are all sorts of special needs that the frog would have. The most important thing was making sure that its temperature was properly regulated. There were climate control devices that needed to be attached to the habitat to ensure that the frog was at a comfortable temperature at all times. There were even special parts of the habitat that needed to be placed inside the container, such as special heating rocks. It was a complicated thing making sure that the climate was just right for that frog, but it was worth it to my son, and I have to say that he’s been taking care of it rather well.