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Can I put two bullfrogs together?????


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Posted by dana456 on May 06, 2003 at 11:39:25:

In Reply to: Can I put two bullfrogs together????? posted by dantejumps on May 05, 2003 at 16:35:20:

I have one full grown male in a 125 gal, i think even two in there would be pushing it. 2 in a 55 is like, well think of standing in a closet with someone else forever. that would suck. But two together in any tank might be more of a risk than it's worth. There's mating, cannabalism, and if one get sick the other is almost guartenteed to get sick as well. but this is just my opinion on the situation.

dana:)


:I have 2 bullfrogs (male and female) in a 55 gallon tank. Both are adult with the male being a little larger than the female. Both were captive raised from tadpoles. Neither jumps into the glass or up against the top cover when startled. I've provided lots of cover, strongly filtered water at swimming depth, and offer a variety of live foods. Bigger enclosures are ideal but so far my experience has been a successful one. This isn't an endorsement for the cage requirments of bullfrogs as the other opinions expressed here are valid. This is only my own experience.
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