Frog Help

Discussion in 'Other Australian Reptiles and Amphibians' started by Tyl3r, Aug 13, 2014.

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    Tyl3r Active Member

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    Hi,
    I have a standard 4ft tank (4ftx45cmx45cm), just wondering if I could set up a frog aquarium out of this or does it not have enough height?
    Thanks,
    Tyler
     
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    Cypher69 Well-Known Member

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    The only "hassle" you'll have will be designing a lid cover that will allow light to get through but not crickets from escaping.

    If it's a one piece lid then the light/s will have to be properly secured to it for the constant lifting of feeding crickets & maintenance.
     
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    Thanks, that is what I was thinking.. Just wasn't sure whether or not the tank will be too short.
     
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    Well another idea would be to stand it upright & have it 4ft tall.
    Secure the bottom with glass & silicone to make it water proof then a mesh swing door & possible lighting too.
     
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