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Old 08-12-2011, 03:57 AM   #1
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Would this betta set up work?

I'm changing my substrate in my 5G Betta tank and this is what I put my Betta and shrimp in temporarily. I actually like the look and I'm wondering if it would suit a single Betta. I have a heater and filter and it's around 3-4 gallons. Who ever has enough bettas right? :P
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Forgot the picture lol second time today I do that.
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Old 08-12-2011, 04:16 AM   #3
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seems like an odd shape...
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Old 08-12-2011, 04:23 AM   #4
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It's just a vase with a filter and heater lol
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does he swim around a lot? doesn't seem like a lot of lateral swimming area?
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Seems interesting. Not much swimming area but looks tall so that gives him more room to swim up and down. It all depends if your betta looks happy. It is also up to you.
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as long as he is happy and active
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Guys remember this is only for like a day. Then he is going back into his 5 gallon.
He seems fine and swimming around but not as active as when he was in his 5G. I think he'll be happy to finally be back in his home tomorrow.
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Ah I thought it was permanent. Either way, very creative. As long as the fish is happy.
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I do have some bigger wider vases too. If i get bored one day and need a friend on my desk i might go through with it but i think my betta likes his 5 gallon a lot more haha
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sounds good, you can always tell when a betta is happy haha
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