1.First off,I didn't knew that one of my frogs was shedding its skin,since I thought I saw something to its eye. I took the frog out real quick to remove the debris from its eye when I was doing it,the frog stop for a bit. Since,I know that it was an aquatic frog,but I knew that it will live since it was under 25 minutes out of the tank.
Then,I saw its shedded skin,so I grab it while it is still in the aquarium and remove the shedded skin for it. After that,I did some research and it answer something that I saw which was my frog was nibbling on something,but I didn't know for sure what. Well,I was planning to keep the shedded skin,but since the frog eat its own shedded skin. I brought the skin back to the frog and the frog went at it.
I saw the whole eating process (eating as in shallowing it whole,since these frogs don't have teeth),wow!
2.Why does it shed its skin? Is it like a snake,so it need to shed its skin in order to grow bigger?
3.Why does it eat its skin? Nutritions?
4.Why does one of the frogs cannot shallow the pellet that I use for frog consumption,but how is it able to live? Does it eat algae or dead plant debris or sinking fish food?