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Old 05-02-2011, 05:45 PM   #11
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Old 05-02-2011, 08:00 PM   #13
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Yes very nice! Any full tank pics??
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Thanks for the nice comments. Here is a pic of the jelly looking stuff, and a full tank pic.
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Cool me too!

I am currently experiencing the same thing...I was given a beautiful beta named Mozart yesterday. A mere 48 hours ago he was swimming around in his resplendent habitat I set up for him. Although I have only been around him a day, I am obviously already very attached. Last night, all seemed normal...To my astonishment, this very morning I woke up and Mozart was nowhere to be found. I have checked everywhere...his abode, my closet, my car, my bed, my house, my purse, the fridge, my shoes, my purse again...I am just so confused. HELP. I am seriously concerned. Do you think someone could steal such an innocent fish?
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This is why your fish may be disappearing...

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Lol. Good one
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Dear friends and fellow fish lovers,
We found Mozart's body. I have no idea how it came to this, but we learned the hard way that beta fish can jump. After looking for what seemed like hours, we came to an unexplainably ironic find. Mozart literally jumped from her beautiful bowl and landed INSIDE the beta care box inches away. Imagine my surprise when I see this grape-esk figure that used to be my friend. I just wanted to let you all know for my own closure.
Thank goodness for friends who got me a new beta I have named Violet Rose. The water level has been lowered and she is looking so happy! Of course, we have placed a ribbon above the bowl as a protective barrier. Is this a good idea? I thought so until this boy on our floor said that if she jumps again, she will wrap her self in the ribbon and mummify herself. It's crazy to think that after these few days I have become a member on this site and already experienced things I never thought possible. Fish take more toll on a life than I thought.
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I guess she figured the box would make a good coffin. Sorry couldn't help myself
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