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post #51 of 111 (permalink) Old 11-03-2012, 06:48 PM
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Ok, I was pretty upset about the first fish, but when i read the part about the betta, i flipped out. you REALLY need to tell your dad, cause thats abuse right there.
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Yeah Betta abuse is bad I wish the government would stop it or people would learn proper care.
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U did the right thkng
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Yes they did.
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Gah, was going to take a pic of the betta's setup I am putting together but it's too dark in my room >.<

Would live plants be okay for a novice fish keeper or should I keep her on silk right now? Maybe at least a moss ball?

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Keep her on fake. She could kill the plants and them not take them out. Which could kill the beta
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^agreed! Just some silk for now, after you teach her about proper fish care then MAYBE you can get her some live! >.<
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Even after u did, I just wouldn't trust her.
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Okay, I can buy her a pack of silk plants that will look nice. I am making the tank Asian themed so maybe some very Japanese blossom looking silk plants and something i can use as a sort of fake tree. I want to get a little temple too as a hiding cave for the betta that can act as a centerpiece too.

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Not a plant but Marimo is so hardy they are kept in bowls of tapwater but they outcompete algae and ammonia they are hardier than bettas. Marimo is japanese. http://www.theaquariumwiki.com/Aegagropila_linnaeii
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