Hi, i've been seeing people argue over wether or not frogs appreciate water features, and most people say it is a waste of in-tank space, i personally do not agree, in the wild, rainfall can create a ''drip wall'' that comes down and forms a pool, that frogs in turn use, many hobbyists (un)knowingly create this, in a ten gallon tank, a waterfall can take up as much as a quarter of the tanks space,when established as a mound, or ''tree'' even, but if you do it right, a water feature can take up almost NO space in the tank, a false bottom filled with water, and a pump in the back of it behind the background can make access to the pump and visibility two great combinations, whereas in a ''mound'' people say that kind of project should be not used at all, or saved for a different tank, people say that the frogs don't ''care'' or that they're "just as fine/better off without it" i do not believe this to be true, do you honestly think this is not created naturally in the wild? why shouldn't this also appear in our tanks, im sorry if you feel as if im ranting, but i am honestly tired of people posting construction journals, and you @$$holes posting blatantly "lose the water feature, ETC". if you don't agree, don't put them in your tanks, it is a simple remedy, instead of acting like teenagers, one of which i happen to be.
I hope this arises some thought into your minds, thanks, Jasper.
p.s ( im talking about large tanks)