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Old 09-21-2012, 02:16 PM   #11 
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Oh for anyone else who does this please feel free to post pictures in this thread. I would lOVE to see your glass caves as well :D
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Old 09-21-2012, 02:30 PM   #12 
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So I spent about an hour and a half cleaning up this old glass tea bottle for Aquarius's tank to be a little cave for him. After I got it all spiffed up and fishy safe I sank it into the depths of his watery home and left him alone to play with it and here is what I got.


The magical mysterious cave place...dun dun duuuun

At first he tried to swim through it because he could see through it and assumed it wasn't solid. Seemed legit but didn't work out. So he tried swimming under it and that proved to be futile as well. Upon further inspection he found an opening...could this be? There was a way inside?


It's bigger on the inside...TARDIS???


It's like a little club house. Oh no I got lost how do I get back out of here?


Oh I see now.

So that is his new toy, he loves it and keeps swimming in and out of the bottle.

He looks like he is enjoying his new cave :3

I have something similar but its a glass vase. Ciroc loves it! I wish I could take a video of what he does with it. He will swim into it, touch the bottom, swim back to the opening then back to the bottom. Its so funny >.<
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Old 09-21-2012, 02:32 PM   #13 
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Thanks, and no Aquarius hasn't panicked over it, only at first because he had no idea how to get inside. Now he drifts in and out all he likes and just being chill. I'm thinking of next time letting a little air bubble be in their and float some duckweed. Then it's like a real underwater cave with oxygen at the surface. Of course I would have to change out the air for new air every few days. At least then he could breath and stay there longer if he really wanted to.

Thats a very good idea! Everytime Ciroc is in the vase for a long period I get nervous because i don't want him to get stuck and drown or something
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Ciroc in his vase looking all pretty and stuff :3
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Old 09-21-2012, 02:39 PM   #15 
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I did the same thing with a clear glass mason jar that I had lying around. My betta, Nemo, loves it! He swims in and out and he also enjoys sleeping in it too.
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And this is what his set up looks like as of right now.

The little floaty thing is a tunnel I made and I tied a string to it and attached it to a rock because it kept tipping over. but now it keeps getting stuck under the filter -.-
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:41 PM   #17 
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I like the giant shell there too, that looks like a fun place for a fish to hide.
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:45 PM   #18 
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I like the giant shell there too, that looks like a fun place for a fish to hide.

He loooves that shell! whnever its time to go to sleep He goes strait to it :3
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Oh for anyone else who does this please feel free to post pictures in this thread. I would lOVE to see your glass caves as well :D
Ohhh yes great idea! You are good at ideas that I like LOL I will search my place for something to make a glass cave out of for my Bettas. I'll be sure to take a picture too.

Oh btw it would be cool to have a bit of duckweed in an air bubble in the bottle. I think it would look tropical in there
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I already got the air bubble in the jar, now to get duckweed. :D
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