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Old 10-04-2005, 01:45 AM   #1
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Kloey the betta in Monsolenium tenerum

Here's a picture of Kloey in his new bed. I started to get annoyed with the java moss, so I got some Monosolenium tenerum instead. Do you think he likes it?
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Nice picture. He looks like a very happy fish.
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That is one happy betta! Great pic
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he's drowning...save him...
j/k...really, you can patent the soap-box betta-bed idea!!
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That looks quite comfy...I'm jealous. Not of you, of Kloey.
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Thanks, everyone!

LOL, he was not stuck! I made sure he wasn't. I looked through the tank and didn't see him. I noticed the M. tenerum moving and then he popped through! I've seen him do that a few more times. He "fluffs" it up before he goes in.

Yes, it must be nice to have a little hiding place where you can watch the world go by!
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It reminds me of when my dog goes round and round on his bed, as if to plump the pillows, so to speak, before getting comfortable for the night. I love it!
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Great pic!
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