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  1. 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

  2. generally ADFS will be ok, but you will need to keep the water clean. ACFS will become to large so avoid these.

    7 Answers · Pets · 10/10/2007

  3. ... 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

  4. ... Dwarf Frogs which only get a few inches long, ACFs get about the size of an adult's fist.

    2 Answers · Pets · 23/05/2010

  5. ... 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

  6. ...the pet store for the scientific name. Know that it is very common to see ACFs as ADFs, and the old rule used to be that if it was albino or...

    4 Answers · Pets · 03/09/2011

  7. ...39;s but they all belong to the same family right? all aquatic and friendly except for ACFs which stands for african clawed frogs which become huge and aggressive...

    4 Answers · Pets · 19/05/2009

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

    12 Answers · Pets · 25/04/2009

  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. ... is fine. Just make sure you get 2 ADFs, not ACFs (African Clawed Frogs). ACFs get much larger...

    8 Answers · Pets · 24/09/2012

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