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I have 3 d.azeurus frogs and have built a tank for them(they're in a temp enclosure at the moment), and during my construction, i used tap water to clean the tank, make the moss, make the dirt, clean the plants and gravel. I was just wondering what I should do, because i definately screwed up. Will letting the tank sit for 24 hours get rid of the chlorine? or did i create a big scrap project?
Please let me know asap.
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Do you know what's in your tap water? Some areas' tap water is not safe for frogs! Mine for instance definitely is not. Some stuff found in my tap water includes:Methyl tertiary butyl ether, Chlorite, Barium, and Radium. It's basically radioactive! (But within federal compliance levels :rolleyes:)

You should search online for the water report for your water company. Here's what mine looks like:
http://www.amwater.com/files/NJ_1345001_CCR.pdf

*I don't however, know if you should scrap the WHOLE thing haha :eek:
 
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