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  1. #1

    Default My frog is missing :(

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    I've searched the tank and he's no where to be found! He's in a 30 gal covered tank with a betta, some tetras, and platys. He's been missing for about 3 days :( I've moved all plants and decor and he's no where to be found

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    Check your filter, what typeof frog was/ is it?

  3. #3


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    Hmmmm, it is amazing what can disappear on you in such a small space. I've had fish completely vanish for weeks. Then one day they are back. I don't get it, I though I looked everywhere. It is still possible he's in there just found a good hiding spot.
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

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    I have a covered tank and my betta somehow jumped out. Even if there is a small space around your filter/heater, it could be enough. I hope you find him.

  5. #5


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    African dwarf and the filters are
    Covered with panty hose at the bottom so I'm not sure how he could get in there

  6. #6


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    Ok I was just sujesting that because I know some one that had a small filter for his tank and both frogs got sucked in, you could try digging around in the gravel to see if he/she is burrowing for some reason.

  7. #7


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    He's not there or in filters.

  8. #8


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickellmama27 View Post
    He's not there or in filters.
    You might want to start looking on the floor.

  9. #9


    0 Not allowed!
    As in outside the tank?

  10. #10


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    Yes. I have read that they can get out of a tank and live 15-20 minutes out of the water. I don't know what their mobility is like on land so you may have to search a bit.

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