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Old 02-03-2016, 06:15 PM   #1
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Dwarf frog

Do these stay small?? Will they jump out of tank?? Will BN pleco get along with them


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Old 02-03-2016, 07:09 PM   #2
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from my experience they stay fairly small and I don't recall having any issues with them jumping out of the tank. it has been many years since I've kept one so they could and I just don't remember tho...
not sure about a bn pleco with them they should be fine but I could be wrong
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They are completely aquatic so they shouldn't jump out of your tank. What is a pain is that I hand feed mine. I get frozen blood worms and put them in a cup of aquarium water, let them defrost then get a small dropper that I had for some vape juice and hand feed them
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I read, they might try to eat my BN pleco or other fish...... I probably won't get 1


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No, I think you're mistaking them for african clawed frogs. These get a lot bigger and meaner. African dwarf frogs stay small and aren't a threat to anything really.
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You are correct


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