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Froggos new home!

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Just finished moving Froggo into his new home, Toothless’s old tank. I’ve been unsuccessful in wiping out the planarian infestation, they still are everywhere!
 

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If anyone was curious, the plant is a mix of Christmas moss, Java moss, hair algae, anubias, marimo moss, anarchis, and Java fern that all grew together
 

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Overnight it seems Froggo ate the planaria. I don’t see a single planaria left anymore
 

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