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Old 07-29-2013, 02:55 PM   #31
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I've always loved Bettas! I had them for years but never knew enough to properly care for them. Now that I know a lot more, my Betta I have now is doing great! He's very non-aggressive so I have him in a community tank. From my experience, he's doing quite wells with 4 Neon Tetra and has managed not to devour my Ghost Shrimp! Though he did nip at the Otos on the first day. If you have a Betta you want to move into a tank with other fish, my suggestion is to put a mirror to his tank to see how aggressive he is. I did this test and my Betta just nosed at the glass a bit and then went about his business. I guess I got lucky with such a beautiful and nice fish~


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Old 07-30-2013, 06:50 AM   #32
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I've just got my first betta and I can see how people get addicted. Eventually I would like to breed my own but going to wait till I have a bit more experience and knowledge. All your bettas look great

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