Tomato Frogs are exactly what they sound like-bright, round and red colored frogs. However, it is not uncommon for younger frogs to be appear more of a brownish red. They will grow into their color, think of it as a tomato ripening. You can keep Tomato Frogs in small groups in a 10 gallon terrarium. These frogs are notorious for hiding and will burrow, so d_cor should be provided for hiding and substrate should be deep enough for them to burrow. Moss is also a great option to promote humidity and provide further hiding spaces. Always provide frogs with an ample, clean water source. We have a nice selection of captive bred baby Tomato Frogs for sale. These are a beautiful red/orangish ground dwelling frog. These are currently feeding on 1/4" to 1/2" live crickets which are available on our Food and Feeder Section.