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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-13-2012, 12:02 AM Thread Starter
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Fire Belly Toad Paludarium (New)





Only thing is, is the toads might have a little bit of a hard time getting in and out of the water but I'll see how it goes.

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Really cool! How did you get the land to stay together without having a land slide? I have been wanting to do something vary similar. I really want to do it without having to silicone/greatstuff the tank.
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Get gravel and kinda make a mound then I used longer rocks to push against it and create like a barrier. Tell me if that makes sense lol.
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How do you keep the soil/dirt or whatever from spilling into the water?
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Uhh you need to use coco fiber and sphagnum moss mixed for the first layer of soil, then I used Organic potting mix for some nutrients, then another layer of the coco fiber/sphagnum moss mix!
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I can't wait for the grass to start sprouting! Planted tons of Bermuda seeds
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