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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-24-2009, 06:42 AM Thread Starter
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Small landing for an amphibian?

I am going to be moving and redoing my 130g aquarium and just came across this section of the forum tonight and it got me thinking, what if I built a small little area of dry land in my 130 and lowered the water line a few inches, would that allow me to put some sort of small peacefull amphibian in my tank? Something that wouldn't jump out or eat guppies? Just a thought let me know what you think
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that would be cool
i have 2 fire belly newts with my betta


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If you are going to plan on something might i recommend two fire belly newts I beleive they are chinese i have had in my 110 for some time now and they are doing great without the land access.
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