how do you look after them, feed them, and so on.
The tank is going to be in a very bad place, there is things on the shelf above it and I can't get my hand into it.
My boyfriend and I have two. ( although I take better care of them) We have a 10 gallon tank with a hood and light. The light is on a timer so it turns off at night automatically. We had to newt proof the lid by adding some mesh to the back so they can't climb out.
We have an under water filter that keeps the water clean. make sure when buying a filter that they won't get stuck to it. Also it shouldn't move the water too much they don't like fast moving water. We use aquarium rocks on the bottom. The habitat is mostly water with an area where they can climb up on and bask. There is also a large rock that goes over the water line where they can bask. and a cave where they can hide or climb up on it.
Lots of fake plants but I'm thinking about changing to live plants.
I feed ours dried tubeiflex worms and frozen blood worms. In the summer we may get them small earth worms. I feed them with feeding tongs moving the food around until they become interested and chase it. I feed ours small amounts twice a day.
Before my boyfriend moved in with me he had two newts breed. Sadly the babies died and the mom ran away.