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post #31 of 1731 (permalink) Old 12-10-2011, 11:57 PM Thread Starter
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Well, i see i go away for a while and this thread is taking care of itself. XD

I go over most of the basic info in the first post, but everyone else seems to have explained it very well. :)

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Good info.
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lol, thank you! :)

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I want to keep my 3 gallon kritter keeper. I don't want the larger one for fears it will break under the water weight. However, I seen ADF's in a store in the mall in those gimmiky tiny cubes -_-'' Now I want to rescue one, but they come in pairs. So, I want 2 but I want to keep my 3 gallon- which has my betta ...
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You could keep two ADFs in the three gallon by themselves with the right ammount of water changes, but three creatures in the three gallon home would be too much. If you want to save a couple of the frogs, get a second KK.

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I think my options for putting another 3g are pretty slim. The only furniture it could go is my desk (one tank is enough on it) and the kitchen window sill. If I got a bookshelf then maybe. Currently all our books are piled on top of our dressers and the shelves in the bathroom are not sturdy enough plus the steam and kitty litter would make for bad air quality for a fishy!
Aw, I feel bad for the froggies though. And I wouldn't want to buy one from the LPS to just have one since they like to be together.
Thanks for the info though :)

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Im sorry i couldnt help you more. I am just concerned about water uality in a tank that small. If you got a book shelf, and one of those 6.6 gallon bookshelf tanks you could have your frogs in that. :)

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I need a bookshelf first!!! :D No, I really appreciate your response! Thanks! I needed to know why I shouldn't overstock my 3g. I don't a single frog. Maybe when I get money I can save for something lightweight I can get for frogs and Laki.. I have super back problems so that's another reason to keep it small. 2 tanks would be heck for me. Honestly.

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Well, you might be able to get away with all three of them in the 6.6 gallon bookshelf tank. :) It would be perfect for both frogs and betta, as it is long and low, good for froggies with poor swimming abilities. :3

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Definitely something I'll look into! ^.^ Thanks :)

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