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Patb520
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 Aquatic Frogs?

Anyone know of some fully aquatic frogs (other than clawed frogs) that are somewhat easy to acquire, inexpensive, and hardy? I have a 20 gallon that I want to do something with when I leave for college in the fall.



05/07/12  09:31pm

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 Aquatic Frogs?

red-belly frogs are not fully aquatic but close. there really cool.



05/11/12  10:11am

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  Message To: Patb520   In reference to Message Id: 2265598


 Aquatic Frogs?

I recently got a dwarf frog vit is easy to care for, inexpensive and can live in an even smaller tank. It’s completely aquatic and needs sinking pellet food or frozen/dried/live bloodworms. It needs a PH of 7.2 to 7.6. You can have multiple frogs In the habitat, but the tank must have a top. It likes to have a good amount of plants in the tank. It is also fun to watch.



01/14/13  11:18pm


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