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Old 06-15-2016, 01:52 PM   #1
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Question Tank upgrade advice

Hi everyone,

I currently have a Fluval Chi (19l) with a betta and some rummy nose tetras.
I would really like to give them more space and maybe get a pleco or something small..
Can anyone suggest a good tank, maybe around 30l?
The Fluval Edge looks really nice but I don't think George (my betta) would like it as it doesn't have any airspace at the top..
I want something with a nice design but also not noisy

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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My own preference is to buy the tank and then equipment apart I confess. Is that a 30 long or 30 litres?
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Have you looked at SeaClear tanks? My local Petco sales them and they are around the same price as the edge. They are seemless acrylic which looks very sharp.
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A 19 liter tank (5 gallons) is small for a Betta. I would suggest at least a 40 liter (10 gallons) for a Betta. Put some natural plants, Nerite Snails, and Ghost Shrimp in the tank and call it a day. It is a myth that Bettas can thrive in teacup sized tanks. in their natural habitat, they prefer large pools of water, not small puddles.


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