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Discussion in 'FreshWater General Discussion' started by Olivia Love, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. Olivia Love

    Olivia Love New Fish

    Apr 16, 2018
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    I just purchased two African Drawft Frogs a couple days ago. I placed them in my 10 gallon tank with my baby fry who are about 2 to 3 months old so they are kinda big. I had about 9 baby platys, and after a couple days of having the African Drawft Frogs in the tank they seemed to be doing well until this morning I checked on them and I only have 2 baby platys left. Do you think the frogs ate them over night??? I make sure to put food in twice daily for them to eat.

  2. FreshyFresh

    FreshyFresh Superstar Fish

    Jan 11, 2013
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    It's possible. Anything that can fit in the mouths is fair game.

    The problem with keeping ADFs with fish is, it's tough to feed one or the other. The faster critter is going to get all the food.
  3. SantaMonica

    SantaMonica Large Fish

    Sep 15, 2008
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    Might be able to distract one group with one food at the left of the tank, and then feed the other group on the right.
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