09-08-2012, 07:48 PM
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Oooh! Oh my. . . we may have a case of mistaken identity here!
There are African DWARF frogs, and then there are African CLAWED frogs.
African CLAWED frogs have NO business in a community tank like this one. They get huge, eat everything they can even consider getting down their throats, and tend to be quite aggressive!
African DWARF frogs are little sweetie-pies, they get no bigger than an inch and a half or so, and can have quite a bit of trouble finding food in a community tank before it's all gone! They can and will eat fry, though, so that's something to keep in mind - but so will the rest of the fish you have, lol! If you want to keep any newborn fishies, you'll have to put them in a breeder net or keep them in another tank, otherwise, you should be fine :)