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Old 05-09-2003, 12:48 PM   #1
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divided betta tank

I saw a 5 gallon tank at my local petstore and it came with a divider for bettas. I know they will get stressed if they are exposed to one another too much but what if I put some silk plants on either side of the divider? Would that help?
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Old 05-09-2003, 01:02 PM   #2
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Not a Betta guy, but i think if they can see each other at all, they will display and get stressed.

Do they have a black divider? That would do the trick. Any color really, as long as they couldnt see through it.

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Stressed? Naw, there fine.

Wheres the divider part? (iam blind lol) Seems like a good idea to me, they would be pretty content in a divided 5gal/

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Looks like the one on the left is half of a whole that might fit into the big base, if you know what I am saying.
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the one on the right is the 2.5 gallon model, but I would be getting the 5 gallon one (on the left). The divider come right down the middle when you look at it from the front. I have to admit though, two of those attached might look pretty cool 8)
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Ok, I see it now. There is a dark line in the gravel and you can see the piece of glass going up.
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The divider is pretty invisible lol. I can just barley see it.
Not a bad little setup if you ask me.

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Old 05-10-2003, 10:26 PM   #8
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Ok ya I see it now. Its pretty cute little tank

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