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  1. Maxy24

    Maxy24 Active Member

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    i got a leopard frog tadpole from one of those little grow-a-frog things (the other tadpole died) but knowing that to keep him in that would be cruel (he is a full grown frog now), i got him a ten gallon tank and i was wondering what kind of substrate to put on the land side and how deep the water side should be. Thanks i want him to love his new home, he will finally feel like a real frog!
     
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    neapolitanpitbull Never enough pets

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    Oh yeah I had one of those. Get substrate ROCKS that are not small enough for him to swallow. The water side can be about 2-4 inches deep.
     

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