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Amphibian Socialization

Amphibians are highly socialized creatures. Though socialized, they are highly stressed and frightened. Amphibians do not have trust in humans. They try to avoid humans at all costs.

Amphibians are wild animals and they act in this way. If the amphibian has teeth or claws they will use them to defend themselves. Most injuries are bites. These are from startling the amphibian.

As your amphibian becomes more acquainted with its surroundings and you it will allow you to hold it more often. Patience with your amphibian is the key. The amphibian needs the time to become accustomed with the noises of the children, you, T.V., or any other noise in your home. As it does this it will learn to trust you and enjoy being held and being played with.