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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-24-2011, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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How did they manage that?

I bought a kritter keeper off Amazon for Cici, because I had nothing but a small bowl for her. I was expecting a 3 gallon....

I got one heck of a surprise when it arrived, they sent me a 8 gallon!!!
I won't complain, I like it, but, its alittle TO big for Cici and her one eye....so, I'm saving it for something or someone else. I'll just find me a 3 gallon KK somewhere else, I might try ebay... I won't bother returning it, postage to send it back will just be wasting money, I'd rather just get another room. (more excuses for more fish. :P)

I think its kinda cool, I payed for a 3 gallon and got 8.. Its almost as big as my 10g tank!

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-24-2011, 06:22 PM
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wow that's lucky!! i wish something like that would happen to me, lol

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-25-2011, 08:09 AM
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You could always find a small schooling fish to put in the tank. A lot are fairly small and school in groups of 6. You should be able to create an environment for a school. Another idea is dividing the tank for more than one betta. I have two different types of tanks, so I always think of both when thinking of fish.
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You could always find a small schooling fish to put in the tank. A lot are fairly small and school in groups of 6. You should be able to create an environment for a school. Another idea is dividing the tank for more than one betta. I have two different types of tanks, so I always think of both when thinking of fish.
I adore guppies and was thinking about them (they'd all be boys, no girls lol), but I want to have the tank fixed up first :P So it'll be awhile before I go looking for any school fish.

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I think you may be better off with all girl guppies than all boys haha

What a surprise though! I would personally divide it, as anything under 10g shouldn't really have tank mates. I would love an 8g tank right now LOL


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