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Anyone had any experience with these? I'm looking for something a little quirky in my tank and thought this could be a good fit. These are the ones that don't eat fish, or so I've been told..

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Is that the African dwarf frog? I know they’re cute when they eat my shop had one in and I stood and watched it for ages

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There is a problem keeping them with fish. They are very slow eaters and often starve because the fish have eaten all the food, even when you syringe it close to them (they appear, er, rather stupid because of this), but they are great in a species tank with snails and shrimp.
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Hmm OK, maybe not the best idea then. Thanks ?

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Just as a follow up to this, I actually purchased a congo frog a month after this thread: it's incredibly easy to keep, and makes a really interesting addition to a tank! :)

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