Thanks, the turtles are fairly personable and comfortable with being touched. They spook and dash into the water bouncing off of the sides of the tank like a pinball from time to time, but most of the time they just watch closely as we walk by. They don't like being taken out of the tank and placed on the floor, though. They will just try to bolt and hide under the couch. I only tried putting them in the floor once so it was easier for Hayley to pet them and it seemed like it stressed them out too much so I haven't done so since. The tree frogs technically came from middle TN, but they are indigenous to this part of the state too. It is said that they are often heard, but rarely seen as they are arboreal and almost never leave the canopy. I know I've never seen the adults in the wild before and can only identify them from Grey Tree Frogs by the calls coming from the tree next to the trough. The toad tadpoles completely morphed before slowly dying off for some unknown reason. They were eating and had water and light etc, but they just started keeling over one by one. The frogs had no problems at all and did just fine. These were at separate times too and the toads came first so there is no chance of some sort of illness transmitted to them from other creatures. The frogs are from this year too, but they spawned a couple months after the toads. They are healthy and cute, but you just can't handle them the same as you can a turtle. I handle them daily for feeding and will hold one for a minute or two, but that's the extent of handling just about any amphibian. I will let one sit on Hayley's hand sometimes, but it jumps off after a few seconds. The turtles are by far more enjoyable as a pet for both myself and Hayley. Now, I love fish too as they are quite fun and enjoyable to watch, but you can't just pick 'em up and hold them. She'll enjoy the GloFish because of their brilliant colors, but the turtles will still be #1 I'm sure. I did have a couple more cute frog pics and some old pics from my cichlid days to share though.