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Old 09-09-2012, 09:43 PM   #21 
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I have three of my boys in 1 gallon tanks which are heated and changed twice a week
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:05 PM   #22 
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I have three of my boys in 1 gallon tanks which are heated and changed twice a week
They will survive but not live as long.
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:07 PM   #23 
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I have had the oldest one for 6 months in it. He hates big tanks. I know my betta's more than you do
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I have had the oldest one for 6 months in it. He hates big tanks. I know my betta's more than you do
Stop assuming like how many species habitat history and my oldest in my 10 gallon is two years my youngest is a year if I ever have space and supplies I want to breed them. and neither have any signs of aging so your argument is invalid.
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:15 PM   #25 
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Chocolate betta your bettas are already considered too old for breeding purposes.
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Chocolate betta your bettas are already considered too old for breeding purposes.
Yeah I wish I could breed them but just want to point out Bettas do not experience menopause few species do. But all 7-8 year Bettas live in around 5 gallon tanks.
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:19 PM   #27 
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Stop assuming like how many species habitat history and my oldest in my 10 gallon is two years my youngest is a year if I ever have space and supplies I want to breed them. and neither have any signs of aging so your argument is invalid.
Neither does mine and YOU should be talking about assuming. I never asked about your fish's age.
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Neither does mine and YOU should be talking about assuming. I never asked about your fish's age.
You were acting like 6 months is old 2 years is not even old. A one gallon is like my avatar pic.
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:22 PM   #29 
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You were acting like 6 months is old 2 years is not even old.
Durr...I said I had him six months in a one gallon tank. Clearly you lack reading comprehension big time
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Yeah I wish I could breed them but just want to point out Bettas do not experience menopause few species do. But all 7-8 year Bettas live in around 5 gallon tanks.
What I mean is, the oldest reccomended age is about 10 months. Any older than that you risk having weaker fry and not as many.

Not all 7-8 year old bettas live in 5 gallon tanks, and not all bettas in 5 gallon tanks live 7-8 years.
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