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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

  2. Default

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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.

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