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  1. ..., ACF, instead. The easiest way to tell the difference between ACFs and ADFs is by looking at the feet. African...

    2 Answers · Pets · 05/10/2009

  2. ...an African Clawed Frog. ADFs stay tiny and cute, but ACFs can grow to the size of a fist and will eat anything in sight. Some easy ...

    8 Answers · Pets · 09/04/2009

  3. ...the effects of outbreaks in aged care facilities (ACFs), Australian scientists reported. How can ...

    4 Answers · Health · 05/02/2013

  4. ...fish in the tank. I don't personally have experience with puffers with ACFs, but I would highly suggest to take out the betta, the puffer will rip it apart (or...

    2 Answers · Pets · 03/05/2009

  5. ...the dried shrimp...? Please be careful about feeding your ACFs any sort of freeze dried foods. They are known...

    2 Answers · Pets · 11/12/2009

  6. ... frog. ADFs have webbing on their front feet, ACFs do not.

    12 Answers · Pets · 25/04/2009

  7. ...have to find one for sale that was already at a large size. Even then, ACFs aren't the smartest and may try to go after the fish, again, possibly ...

    2 Answers · Pets · 09/03/2010

  8. ... Clawed Frog. You can tell the difference because ACFs have black nails and are usually chubbier at the same size. ...

    6 Answers · Pets · 15/11/2008

  9. ..., I wouldn't recommend putting any in a 15 gallon. ACFs are best kept alone or with other ACFs, you could keep...

    1 Answers · Pets · 18/02/2012

  10. ... a big no. The africcan DWARF frog isn't as aggressive as ACFs... HOWEVER, they have extremly delicate legs and toes. If...

    3 Answers · Pets · 23/03/2010

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