I saw these cute little african clawed frogs at the pet store and thought about getting a couple to put in my 10 gallon with my betta and albino corys. Can anyone tell me what sort of care they need? What kind of foods they eat? Will they eat frozen brine shrimp or blood worms or do they require live foods? Do they live their whole lives under water or do they need a spot to rest above water? Also what temp does the water need to be and do they prefer a certain pH?
You can get them, but your betta and corys are going to start coming up missing. The african dwarf frog would be a much better suggestion. They can stay submerged their whole lives, and you can feed them bloodworms and they will probably eat the frozen brine too. They stay too small to harm any of your fish. The temp and pH of your tank are fine as they are.
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