I enjoy 2 golden Albino frogs living contained by my container. Can i put in fish to them?
I would like to add fish in beside my 2 golden albino frogs, will the frogs kill them. I know they kill little fish e.g guppies but i want to put a bigger fish in at hand - not community fish! Will the frogs kill the fish or the fish kill the frogs?
I cannot find a frog big enough to make the addition of the tank, i cannot buy a baby as he will have him for lunch
Fish are more likely to eat frogs than frogs drinking fish. Frogs would only eat small fish. But fish would and can eat things more or less the same size as them - Which I have seen myself as I turn fishing regular.
Here's an example of what one fish can eat:
My uncle has caught fish on two slices of bread.
My dad has caught fish near golf ball sized cheese.
Get fish about the same size or slightly smaller than your frogs.
ask the pet store where you buy the fish and frogs. i'm certain they know exactly what to do.
if you really wanted to introduce fish i would take home sure they are at least the same size as your frogs when you put them contained by. and make sure they will grow with your frogs. whether your frogs will outgrow the fish then they will probably end up eating them
also, the more room surrounded by the tank the better. if the fish or the frogs feel they are competing for space after there will probably be trouble.