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Re: What frog would you suggest for this 40 long setup?


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Posted by ginevive on April 15, 2003 at 06:00:31:

In Reply to: What frog would you suggest for this 40 long setup? posted by Zeb on April 14, 2003 at 21:04:07:

leopard or green frogs can swim and love being in the water, though they really only need a few inches of it, with a sloping land area. treefrogs really dont go in deep water too much. and if you do have fish in with most frogs, they will take them as food, so it might not be a good idea. but if you wanted a total aquatic setup, clawed frogs would be an idea; they never go up on land.


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