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Old 05-13-2013, 05:53 PM   #1 
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Location: Royersford, Pennsylvania
soon to have newts! help?!

im going to be ordering two fire bellied newts and they will be living in a 10 gal tank filled with 6-7 gallons of water. i have a turtle dock and some rocks and live plants in the tank. i just need some help. is it okay for them to have a staple diet of frozen blood worms? crickets every once in a while? also, is it wrong to get a breeding pair of guppies to put in the tank so it could snack on the frye? id feel bad but if it would help them i would do it, i heard they enjoy guppies. also, should i get more decorations? what kinds? and lastly, should i get two female newts , one male one female, or two males?

oh and sorry if this is in the wrong thread.. i wasnt sure if i should post here or in the "Finless friends" category.

heres the link for the newts i will be ordering:
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