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How well do frogs survive in a 20 gallon tank with ghost shrimp, guppies, Otos, snails, and sword tails?
Just curious because they look really neat to get.[/list]
well the clawed variety of aquatic frogs (ACFs) will eat fish twice their size, and they grow about 5 inches in length
Yes frogs will survive in there but make sure there are no holes in your hood and that you get african dwarf frogs and not african clawed frogs. You can tell the difference because african clawed frogs have webbing between their front and back toes and african clawed frogs don't have webbing between their front toes.
they will do fine. :D
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