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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-28-2010, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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Newts

When I was 11 years old. I used to raise newts. But that was 13 years ago.
What is the limit of size for a tank to keep newts in??
I have an empty 20 ? gallon tank that I dont know what to do with it. And I was thinking of putting newts in it,

I have a 40 gallon long that I am keeping my fishes in. So I transfer all my fish that was in the 20 into my 40.
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you know what the say about newts...

no newts is good newts...

but to answer your question a 20g will be fine for newts, setup a heater and a good filter that will run alot of carbon (newts are dirty, and some species have a sort of toxicity about them) fill it half way with water giving them a large land area to go onto and you should be just fine.
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I like newts!
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