What Do African Dwarf Frogs Eat?

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The African Dwarf frog is native to the Congo area of Africa and in the tropical and subtropical regions. The African Dwarf frogs are omnivores and scavengers. They will eat almost anything, living or dead.
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African dwarf frogs eat live guppy fry, frozen dried brineshrimp, bloodworms, glassworms, HBH frog and tadpole bites, reptomin, gammarus, krill or baby shrmp. They can also eat earthworms or nightcrawlers, which have been chopped into tiny bite sized pieces. The best way to feed dwarf frogs is usin a terra cotta plate.
African dwarf frogs are carnivores who live in shallow streams and ponds. They live and eat at the bottom of the water. Their diet typically includes shrimp, worms, and bug larvae.
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