Here they are today in their new big container!
The first picture shows a froglet with both arms and legs grown in, with some weight added on. Not sure if the plumpness is normal or not though, because some of the froglets legs/arms are much plumper than others. Can't tell if it is swelling or just extra skin?
However, you can also see two on the top that clearly have deformed legs. It's sad to see because I realize that when they become frogs, they will have difficulty coming up for air without functioning legs. Second pic is for a bit of size reference as to how tiny they are!
On a happier note, the froglets are actually using their arms and legs to make their way through the water. They paddle around with their limbs, sometimes with their tail helping them, sometimes not. They are eating much more food, so there is a lot less food wasted because I've been pretty much making the same amount of BBS this whole time lol. I have found that when they are hungry, they are more likely to attack their brothers and sisters and try to eat them. I have seen chasing and nipping when they have gone a while without food. Once they get their food though, some of them eat so much that they basically become round balls with legs and a tail. They sink to the bottom and can hardly move around! It's quite funny
They are also pooping way more than before, which is expected. The poop is bright red.
Haven't had a death in a while, except for the air bubble tad. I'm guessing I'll have a few more deaths though, because a few tadpoles look quite weak and are underdeveloped. Some of them even are deformed in the body shape as well. I would say that the number of froglets that seem healthy and without any visible deformities would be less than 20 out of the 43 I have now.
Interestingly enough, while most of the froglets are are colored orange, some of them are clear! You can see all their organs and stuff, though most of it is just lumped together. The clear ones seem to be more underdeveloped than the others though. We'll see how it goes and I'll keep updating as everyone grows!