Originally Posted by jacketherington
I don't know about the drowning frogs. But if you make a false bottom in the tank you can keep the water pretty shallow and still have pretty decent water volume and swimming space for the fish.
That's what I was thinking if I put in a larger water space, have a false bottom for land and water underneath it in about two thirds of the tank, and leave one third with exposed water for fish.
Don't frogs know how to swim? I mean, so long as I left them ways to get *out* of the water if they fell in, you would think they'd figure it out, right?
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