Hi. I'm new to the forum and very much a frog novice. Last year in my small garden I installed a frog habitat - a washing-up bowl full of water with plants and rocks. Very glad to say a frog has taken up permanent residence there. Only trouble is, he's quite large and the bowl is small, about 13" x 10", so not big enough for him to swim around much. He does seem very happy there though, spending most of his time underwater beneath the rocks and occasionally sticking his head out of the water, so just wondering if frogs do actually need to swim much. Also, just read that they spend a lot of time on land except during mating time, but have never even seen my resident leave the water. Anyone know if this is normal?