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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-10-2011, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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Marc Marone - Betta Fish

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mded1kZD3U
Has anyone see his show?
He had really great info about betta fish, though there were like 2 things that were inaccurate. The females need to be in a bigger places together, and unless the lamp is on at all times, they would need something more consistant for heat.
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i love that guy~ his betta episode was pretty accurate. :d i love the way he said they can live in small containers, but bigger ones are best~
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I just wish he had of said use a heater instead of a lamp.

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at least he said to use something. :d don't forget, this was from the 90's. everything WE know, either wasn't well-known back then, or wasn't common back then.
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I didn't realize it was from the 90's. I've never heard of Marc Marone.

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at least he said to use something. :d don't forget, this was from the 90's. everything WE know, either wasn't well-known back then, or wasn't common back then.
Oh haha, it's outdated then! Small heaters for small tanks is something recently put on the market, in fact, I think just a couple years ago 10w heaters were nonexistent and even the little 7.5w were recently introduced. It's been a long process, but people are slowly catching on and the market is slowly introducing more adequate betta supplies. :D I can remember searching high and low for low watt heaters and never finding anything. I was shocked when I saw a 10w heater advertised/recommend on a Marina Betta Cubus 1g Kit, that was a happy day. XP

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ive been watching marc since he started out on martha stewart now he has his own show i LOVE him hes awesome

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i wish they'd put him back on Hallmark Channel! i miss waking up early just to watch him! i adore his pets, and Dante the Raven's gotta be my favorite! :3
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I didn't know either that his show was from the 90's haha. Cool!

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i didn't know it, either, until i looked it up. :d he actually does have a pet store, though. :3 it's in the NY area, i think. :D
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