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Hello all! I have been trying to search for everything I want to know so forgive me if I ask some questions that should have been obvious. My first (of many) question is about the aquarium that I will be using. I posted this elswhere and would like to get a few more opinions. I have a 20 gallon long that was used in quarantining fish and treated with copper. The tank has turned a bluish tint because of this, so I would assume that the copper has leeched into the glass and silicone. Could I still use this to house dart frogs? Thank you for any help.

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Yes, it's fine. That copper is considered bonded and won't leach into the tank. Just rinse the tank out well.
 

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At Petsmart they sell 20 gallon longs for $20. Personally, I'd really look hard at if I'd want to house darts in a tank with a tint to the glass. Not that it would probably hurt the frogs any, but think about how you'll be viewing them... through the glass. Just get another tank. They're not that expensive.
 
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