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Old 11-05-2012, 09:55 PM   #1
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Default Water in a frog viv

I'm going to be getting a couple dendro. azureus in the next week or so and I have a 10 gallon tank setup for them, but I'm already planning how to turn my 40 breeder into a nice habitat for them. I would love to have a water area that is big enough to possibly have some micro fish in, but I've been told not to have deep water in the tank or the frogs could fall in and drown. Is that accurate? I saw in another thread some pictures of nice frog vivs with large pools and waterfalls, so I am wondering if I could have a pool afterall.
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