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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-17-2012, 11:01 PM Thread Starter
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Question Betta fish scared of frogs?

So my CT betta that I've had for a week is a bit restless because of my frogs? I had some really tall leafy plants that Tyrannith would wedge himself in between when it's time for bed. My frogs have now discovered the wonders of these plants and constantly sit and swim on them. Now, my little betta's body is only about as long as my little frogs are so he keeps his distance!
Should I just leave them be and have Tyrannith find a different place to sleep if he doesn't get over his fears? Would a floating betta log be a good buy?
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No Floating Betta logs the paint almost always chips. A different take is a thing to remember too.
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No Floating Betta logs the paint almost always chips. A different take is a thing to remember too.
I can't do another tank. I'm moving out in 3 years and have to take them with me. I barely have enough room for my 10 gallon :(
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A divider might work or more plants. Sounds like an awesome tank.
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post #5 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-18-2012, 07:28 PM
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You can buy a floating Betta Log. I have 3 of them and all of mine are fine. :)

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You can buy a floating Betta Log. I have 3 of them and all of mine are fine. :)
I just might :) i don't care if the paint chips off as long as it isn't harming my fish or frogs. I care more about his comfort than the looks of my tank!
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Well these logs can make your tank look really good, mine add to the look of my tanks and my guys love them.

When you get them, like with any other thing you put in your tank, rinse them off and if you have a little scrubbing brush/sponge lightly scrub them so that if there is any dust or anything it comes off.

My avatar pic has one of my boys in one of these logs, he always naps in it :)

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Well these logs can make your tank look really good, mine add to the look of my tanks and my guys love them.

When you get them, like with any other thing you put in your tank, rinse them off and if you have a little scrubbing brush/sponge lightly scrub them so that if there is any dust or anything it comes off.

My avatar pic has one of my boys in one of these logs, he always naps in it :)
He's beautiful! If I catch him swimming around in the middle of the night again tonight then I'm going to buy it tomorrow
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I bought it today along with more fake plants! It looks really good!
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