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Old 07-22-2012, 06:36 AM   #11 
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Love your photos & the tank transformations/upgrades as well.

Poppy is so cute, looks extremely healthy & happy. I heard those little bettas have very low survival rates because of owner error.

I would be afraid of taking one on due to the extra care they typically require due to their size.

It's really nice to see a betta that DOESN'T have a oversized belly due to excessive feeding.

Out of curiosity, what kind of food did you feed her from the beginning to now?

That's a Fluval Chi tank in the 2nd photo?

Also where did you hide the heater in those photos?
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Old 07-22-2012, 11:26 AM   #12 
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Thank you! When she was a baby i chopped dried blood worms up into little bit sized pieces and also I had this weird brand of betta food that came with a tank that I bought(The pellets where small enough for even her to eat!)
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Now I feed her this (4-5 pellets at night):

Actually, In the baby photos, she's in one of those Marina half gallon betta starter kits… I tried a fluval chi once and hated it…. To hard to set up, to noisy….

This is gonna sound really bad, but it isn't! I don't have any heaters at all. My room is next to the attic, so it's always hot!! So heaters are useless for me when the water's always 80-82 degrees without it ._. ! Like, I'll stick a finger in the water and it'll be almost lukewarm… So heaters aren't necessary in my case! (>^.^)> * <(^.^<)
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