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I don't have a setup, but can give some advice--use a lift-out shallow plastic dish for a water area, rather than having the water directly in the tank. Water for amphibians must be very regularly changed (use chlorine/chloramine-free water).
Be sure the water dish is shallow enough for them to climb out easily, and the water is shallow enough for them to reach the surface of the water when they stand in it.
 

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Yeah, I did the shallow dish thing when I kept them. I don't have an old full tank shot (that I know of) but here's a picture that shows the water area:

 

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Thank you for the advice! I have looked at LOTS of pics of setups for these guys and the only ones I can find are the half land half water terrariums.
I'll dig around this week and see if I can find a full tank shot of my old terrarium :). It was small (I only had two firebellies) but it might give you some ideas.
 

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So I went a head and designed my own setup :) Let me know what I need to fix. The water container looks deeper then it actually is and I have added several large rocks since these were taken. I currently have 3 fire belly toads but I plan to add more in the near future.





 
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