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Old 09-17-2011, 12:12 AM   #11
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Yeah I noticed that the bala seemed cramped. He just keeps swimming in the edge of the glass. I really like him but I don't think I am ready for a 125 gallon tank ( money wise or experience). I like the barbs as well but they are nippers and not good for my betta. I was more worried about the betta being aggressive but found out the barbs are the ones giving him problems. Thanks red for the welcome.

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