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post #161 of 372 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 12:44 PM
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LOL, this is why I have a variety of foods: if one of my cultures goes out, I've got several non-live foods that they'll eat. At the moment, I'm feeding walter worms, whiteworms, GP, instant BBS, omega one flakes, and frozen cyclops. I figure I'll never run out of everything at once!

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post #162 of 372 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 01:14 PM Thread Starter
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Setsuna LOL I know right?! There's so many... Hopefully my CT spawn (not yet) will have a good number of babies too!

Maddybelle, I wish I could find some of those. To ship in would be bad right now because of the weather (they leave things in the mailbox therefore they freeze and die)

At least I have a massive amount of decapsulated BBS!!

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Wow!

So, I counted the fry as I moved them to the big tank (filled 1/3 of the way). You know how I said about 150+ fry?

TWO
HUNDRED
AND
THIRTY
THREE

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So, I counted the fry as I moved them to the big tank (filled 1/3 of the way). You know how I said about 150+ fry?

TWO
HUNDRED
AND
THIRTY
THREE
Holy mother earth thats alot thats unheard of lol at least to me

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Holy Smokes 233. Wow. That is gonna be a lot of jars!

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post #166 of 372 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 09:42 PM Thread Starter
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-almost dies- x.x THERE IS SO MANY!!! No wonder it was hard to feed them!!!

Oh, I also ordered like... 5 things of BBS. And will order about 10 more. Especially if I dare (gasp!) breed that pair again.

So.... If anyone wants some fish PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE MESSAGE ME!!

I knew bettas could have a LOT of babies... But I didn't expect them all to live

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Oh my god! 233! That is so many! Do you want me to find homes for them too? I will make sure the people are properly educated on caring for them of course. They can be rehomed on Jan 25 right? Oh my gosh that is a lot of bettas!
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Sure! That is a lot! I did not expect that many... I usually estimate 50. Not... that...high...of a number....

They were not happy about being moved to the bigger tank, but once they were in there they were zipping everywhere and searching for food. Better feed them before bedtime!

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That is so cute! :D 233 Oh my gosh! I can't believe it!
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post #170 of 372 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 12:26 AM Thread Starter
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Neither could I. Until I counted them I had a piece of paper I wrote the numbers down on, to keep track. Then added them together at the end. 233. 72 were in the one tank, and the rest were in the main tank x.x Now they may have a 40 gallon long to swim in!

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