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Old 06-26-2012, 06:36 PM   #1
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betta and mystery snail

Can my betta fish live with mystery snail so it can help cycling my tank?
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Not sure what you mean. The betta alone should be enough to cycle the tank unless it's a ridiculously large tank for a single betta. What size tank?
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It all depends on the beggar temperament. They are all different.
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its 10 gallon
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