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  1. Default Kermitria and Prince [ADF'S]


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    Prince posing

    lol walking through the anubia forest

    kermitria's hungry

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    Second picture does look like he is taking a stroll.. Thank You for sharing.

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    They're so beautiful...and really great photos. Lovely!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Kermitira and Prince, very cute names and suitable for this froggy royalty!

    Few things make me happier than a healthy, happy, loved African dwarf frog!

    =]

    Froggy love
    African Dwarf Frogs, Betta, Dwarf Chain Loaches, Otocilclus, Ember Tetras, Amano Shrimp in one magical 31 gallon tank

    Two pea puffers in another tank!

  4. Smile @ my frog friends---


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    I am pleased to announce that Prince's croaking is now NIGHTLY in occurrence... meaning we may have eggs/tadpoles soon, I *HOPE*. I've found them a home, a teacher at a middle school near me houses four ADF's in her classroom, and she is interested in taking the babies to teach her students about their growth process. I am so happy to see them doing so well, this is really rewarding for me due to all of the hurdles of tank cycling they've been through in the past month and a half.
    <3

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