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Old 02-07-2016, 10:16 AM   #1
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artificial plant

I have a fake plant in one of my tanks that all the fish love to swim through. My betta even sleeps in it every night. I'm trying to get more, but can't find them anywhere. It is made out of thread/string instead of plastic. It kind of looks like a baby bottle brush, except it is very, very soft. Does anyone know what these are called or where I can get one?
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I've seen some who used silk foliage and stuff ,
have you ever considered live plants there are many here that could help you with that if your interested , could be a total transformation
it's all about preference and that choice is yours
look forward to seeing your tank once you get it decorated
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Is it like these
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Yes, that's it! Thanks to everyone who responded! I've had to move my betta due to unexpected baby platies, and I want to get him a plant just like his favorite! I sure wish they had green ones though, the one I have is green and doesn't look out of place at all.

I've tried different kinds of real plants, but they all just seem to die after a few months.
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