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Posted by markc on April 03, 2003 at 14:48:42:
In Reply to: Re: Viquarium basics, please give advice posted by SarahRuss on April 03, 2003 at 13:53:36:
sorry but I think it is obvious that single species setups are the only good option. and truthfully a viquarium is not good for a white's treefrogs. those viquariums are overrated for any animal. really.
and still need to know how big is the tank? 10 gal? 20 gal? 10 gal is too small for one frog let alone several. the leopard frog may be ok in the viquarium but you need to fill half of the water with rock. frog doesn't need water that deep. 2 or 3 inches is enough.
if you had asked us before buying the frog your frog and tank would be alot better. You probably listened to the petstore and that is not usually the best option.