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Old 01-20-2014, 05:08 PM   #1
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35 Stocking Idea

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I think I'm ok with my stock, but I really wonder about the male betta and the apple snails. I think they'd be to big for him to mess with, but I've seen conflicting ideas. The snails are my favorite part of my tank, so I'd leave out the betta if I had to. I just love the color, and I always feel bad for them in the little cups at the store or living in bowls

Thoughts?
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