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  1. ACFs need to stay in the water. Also, the oils from your hands can irritate their skin. No frogs, aquatic or otherwise should be handled unless absolutely necessary.

    1 Answers · Pets · 25/05/2009

  2. ACFs are incredibly voracious and opportunistic feeders... they will eat almost anything they can fit in their mouths So yes, your smaller frog is at risk; i'd separate them immediately if i were you.

    1 Answers · Pets · 02/04/2011

  3. I am still a newbie with ACFs myself, but here is what I think, for what it's worth: ACFs ...

    1 Answers · Pets · 22/01/2012

  4. You might want to put them into a larger tank as soon as possible. I had two large ones around 5 inches in a 10 gallon, and it stayed constantly dirty. They are messy. They are very messy. lmao. But on the bright side...

    3 Answers · Pets · 09/11/2008

  5. I have 2 ACFs in a 10 gallon tank. They are doing well and are thriving. They've lived in there for 15 years.

    1 Answers · Pets · 15/10/2011

  6. Wow, that's really sad! An idea is to give him something that'll make him throw up. If he throws it up he MIGHT have a chance, but you have to do it quickly. Or call a vet. But if all else fails just hope he goes peacefully to the...

    5 Answers · Pets · 29/04/2010

  7. ... you mean african clawed frogs. ACFs are kept in a tank (no less than 10 ...39;re willing to see them eaten. ACFs will consume fish as large as they are even if it...

    2 Answers · Pets · 16/06/2008

  8. Fish and ACFs don't mix. Just because you got lucky with a Pleco doesn't mean it's a good idea. ADFs eat fish that fit in their mouths, and fins of fish that don't.

    2 Answers · Pets · 27/06/2012

  9. African Clawed Frogs are easy to take care of as long as you have a fresh, clean, dependable water source. They are an excellent choice for the first-time frog owner. African Clawed Frogs have been used extensively in laboratory...

    3 Answers · Pets · 06/04/2008

  10. Basically, you can find out how many galllons your tank should be by per every 1 ACF= 10 gallons. So yes, you can keep 1 or 2 African Clawed Frogs in a 20 gallon tank. And yes, turtle pellets will be fine for your...

    1 Answers · Pets · 12/07/2010

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