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African Dwarf Frogs dying off
Old 07-27-2013, 12:51 PM   #11
 
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That's true. I know people who worked with fish for several decades who are still learning. But at least I know now! lol I just get bummed when it's something I did though, very bummed. Fish, frogs, ferrets or dogs, they're all the same to us and it's a big deal when things get sick or start dying here. I like to stick with things I do good with...Or try new things. lol

Ahh, having a gorgeous betta alone in a planted ten gallon tank. Mm-mm, I wonder if I can find some friendly critters that fit happily and comfortably with those settings...besides loaches. I'm kinda iffy on the loaches...they bred like mice last I had them. ^^; I didn't even know it until I started moving them to another tank! I started with like 8 and I think I removed...I don't remember the exact number, I'm positive it was over fifty seeing as I did remove something like 34 at once one time, from a ten gallon! I only saw a handful at a time, I had no idea. I dug about in the sand and there they were...
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