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Hi I'm doing a biology project. I'm just wondering how many frogs can I fit into 240 litres of water? And how many frogs is a safe population?
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Please reply asap thanks in advance
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(Original post by Tom1502)
Hi I'm doing a biology project. I'm just wondering how many frogs can I fit into 240 litres of water? And how many frogs is a safe population?
What type of frog? :fluffy:

Are you actually going to carry this out?
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What type of frog? :fluffy:

Are you actually going to carry this out?
Different species, not carrying it out but got to plan it with costs. Building a "sanctuary" to preserve frogs in parts of America that have a fungi disease killing them🙈
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Can someone please answer this?
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Maybe try writing to the amphibian keeper at a zoo politely?

off the top of my head the frog species is probably important... a quick google suggests that adult frogs of different species can range in size from 7mm to 320 mm.

also have a think about the surface area of the tank a tank 5cm deep might have a higher carrying capacity than some arrangement with the same volume of water but having less surface area.
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