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post #51561 of 71165 (permalink) Old 10-27-2012, 01:16 PM
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Did the poor fish die??

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Happily the humidity if the Bags kept them alive! I was soo happy. The fish whose bags popped are already bubblenesting

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Ugh I woke up at 2:30. >_> I am not in the spirits to go to a party tomorrow.
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Oh yea, I buried the boys on top an oak leaf, thought that was cute.
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So glad the fish are still alive and doing great Mo!!
Oh, Olympia. That is really nice for the oak tree :) I don't even know what kind of pest tree I buried Lakitu under. It acts as a fence to keep the pug in his yard, or some shrub next to it does. idk, headache.

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Not under a tree. xD Like I put them on top of a leaf each. Like a little bed.

taking a break from fish-keeping.
3 lovely male betta still keep me company.
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Out in the elements?? Didn't it hurt you to see them? I wrapped Lakitu up and couldn't unwrap it to look at him. I really am not getting this lol

We're going to the haunted house now. Hope its fantastic. Oh wait, I'm a scaredy cat.

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I dug a hole, put a leaf down on the bottom, and put them on top of that, and buried them.
Such an awkward conversation.

My parents offered to take me to the store to look at bettas. I want to go, but I feel so bad. -__- I got the everything has to die someday speech.

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Pearl, oh wow. I wish I had room for an enclosure like that for a turtle or tortoise. I'd love one someday.

Olympia, that's a sweet way to bury them. Almost all of mine are under the weeping cherry tree. Two are under a rosemary because I was starting to run out of room. I couldn't quite remember where I'd buried them and I didn't want to dig up a body. I'll take a pic of Betta Burial Hill someday.

Mo, you're lucky. If those hadn't been bettas and able to breathe surface air, they would have been D-E-A-D.
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Happily the humidity if the Bags kept them alive! I was soo happy. The fish whose bags popped are already bubblenesting
Hurrah!

So much drama -- I am happy that they are doing well! They are titaniuuuuuuuum!

Prana (deep blue/purple CT female) Fluval Spec 2

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