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Old 1st July 2019   #1
funnyOrangekat
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Unhappy I found my African Dwarf frog upside down on the bottom of my tank ):

I have had bad luck with African Dwarf frogs. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.
This is my third African Dwarf that has died.
There are no noticeable problems with my tank. I have tested the water, my Betta, newts, shrimp, and Cory cats in the tank are doing well, and all of the tank parameters seem to be in the right spot.
After much contemplating, I was curious that if my frog would have tried to attack my newts, could he have ingested tetradotoxin and been poisoned? I have seen him mistake the newts for food more than once but he has always been ok.
Is this viable or would there be something else going on?
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