Wasn't sure where to put this, but wondered if anyone has experienced this. Looked at the tank this morning and there was a puddle at the front of the tank. My initial thought was, oh crap, my tank has got a crack in the bottom pane and this is going to be a terrible weekend! However, I noticed some frogbit roots coming out of the tank. I have a feeling that this might be what caused the puddle and not a dreaded crack...I hope anyway. So any ideas, could this be caused by frogbit roots or is there something more sinister going on? Also, how does frogbit do that? I'm going to see if any of the Amano shrimp have gone walkies, as per the video someone posted recently. That would certainly push the roots out of the tank. p.s. Slightly worried that my tank will explode! p.p.s. Just found an Amano on the floor. This might be our culprit, but he didn't deserve the death sentence. Will put some tissue in front of the tank, to see if it draws out any moisture or as a warning sign that there's still a leak.