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Conceptual Creations Conceptual Creations Landing Pad Floating Basking Island

Floats at water levelProvides a basking platform for your petPerfect for turtles, newts, frogs and salamandersFits inside tanks 10 gallons & largerQuick & easy to install, no screws, bolts or tools requiredMade in the USA
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I plan on getting this for my Northern Leopard Frog for Christmas. She lives in a 10 gallon. Do you think this would be good?

My Leopard Frog is only about 2 1/2 inches. She lives in a 10 gallon with a lot of water room.
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Yeah, that would be fine. I hope your frog likes it. :) Cause if your frog doesn't like it, then this lily pad would go to waste.
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