Photo #1 - Albino Frog; African Crawled Frog (i Think)

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Photo Caption: Albino frog; African crawled frog (I think)
corals inverts stocking in 35 gallons tank - Albino frog; African crawled frog (I think)
35 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 4 pets

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: I have a 35 gallon octagon fish tank. I have a white albino frog that lives in a tank with 2 large fish and one green frog. Originally the tank was my brothers but he had to move and gave them to me but never told me anything on the others in the tank. When i first got them both both frogs were about the same size. About a 2-3months ago is when I first noticed he was getting big, my brother assumed I was over feeding them but only the albino frog was getting bigger and now looks like he's pregnant. He is swollen/bloated thru out his entire body from his head to neck, stomach to his legs. When he swims thru the water he looks so bloated, it looks like he's gonna pop! Everytime i leave my house I fear & constantly worry I'm gonna come home to a blood filled tank.
Advice: I don't know much of anything myself.
Fish Kept: African crawled frog
Corals/Plants: No plants
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: Everything happens for a reason!
About Yourself: I'm 24 year-old single mother with my 2 children, my daughter Jayn who's 6 years old and my son Jayden who just turned 3.. I work as a caregiver for the elderly. I love my job and couldn't imagine doing anything else.

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