I don't know if this is the correct section to post this, feel free to move it if needed.
I currently have 2 african clawed frogs that I have had for about 1.5 years. They are about 2.5 inches long. I have them in a 20gallon tall right now, but due to some rearranging in the house I need to move them. The best solution is a hexagon tank for me, considering the layout of the house.
I read online that the frogs should not have to swim more than 12 inches to get to air. Is this true? If it is I had planned on doing this with a hexagon tank...
Buy a 30+gallon hexagon tank. Fill it so there is about 12-14 inches of water. Then build a land mass above that along the back of the tank.
I plan to use a canister filter to filter the water in the tank.
I may add a slow moving waterfall or just some water moving over the dry area.
I want to plant plants on the dry area for sure.
Has anyone done this with success, with African Clawed Frogs?
I would also like to find something that could live on land/water with them. Does anyone have any suggestions? I am not determined to put anything else living in it, but it sure would be cool.
Would a 30ish gallon hexagon tank be large enough for this?
I understand AFC can be very picky and don't like to live with other animals, but what are your experiences?
Thanks for any help.