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mating african dwarf frogs

I now have 2 african dwarf frogs. I love them! Anyways, I saw that they were mating. Should I separate the frogs from the fish tank so the fish wont eat the babies?
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I think that would be a good idea...the fish will most likely eat the eggs if not...




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I think that would be a good idea...the fish will most likely eat the eggs if not...
*nods* I agree.
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If they're anything like the African Clawed frogs I've raised, they'll not only eat the eggs, they'll eat any tadpoles that hatch, and they will eat any juvenile frogs until they're pretty darned big! Gluttons! lol

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If they're anything like the African Clawed frogs I've raised, they'll not only eat the eggs, they'll eat any tadpoles that hatch, and they will eat any juvenile frogs until they're pretty darned big! Gluttons! lol
I had the dwarf kind and the larger kind and the africans were gluttons,while the dwarfs weren't.




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I had the dwarf kind and the larger kind and the africans were gluttons,while the dwarfs weren't.
I agree. I have the Dwarf frogs and they are not big eaters. In fact, sometimes it's a struggle getting new ones to eat.




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