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    Cool looking tadpoles

    Some samurai blue tadpoles. Generally they lose the green coloring after a week or two out of the water and go blue.
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    the babies are looking great

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    Re: Cool looking tadpoles

    Neat!

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    Re: Cool looking tadpoles

    Very cool. So do the colors they have now, indicate their coloration as adults? Like how one of those is darker? If you compared those two as adults, would they look the same, or one be darker?

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    Re: Cool looking tadpoles

    They usually will be a different shade as adults.

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