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Old 10-29-2012, 12:10 PM   #11 
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Maybe something like the Azoo Palm filter? I've heard a lot of people like it for little tanks and it looks to have quite a few good reviews.

My elephant ear doesn't seem to have too hard of a time swimming. I mean, he doesn't flit across the tank like my plakat, but he's still pretty active.

Can you buy a Azoo palm filter in a store? I might have to go to a non-commerical petstore that's near by to look; they're big on fish~
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As long as it is heated and filtered I have read EE have a harder time swimming.
My EE swims fine in his bowl, I think he'll be a bit more active in his new tank though o3o
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Old 10-29-2012, 12:12 PM   #13 
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I have my veiltail in a 2.5 and it works out perfectly. I think they are a great size for a single betta.

Ohh, okay~ Thank you c:
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Dont forget hiding spots.
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Dont forget hiding spots.

I plan on getting the small pots I see everyone has XD I just need to think of where they'll have them, Michaels perhaps?
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Sounds adorible.
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Old 10-29-2012, 03:11 PM   #17 
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I'm not sure if they have them at Petco or Petsmart, but they may have one ore something like it at a LFS. And pretty much all craft stores have terra cotta pots; I got a pack of six for three bucks at Hobby Lobby (*holds back rant that they were right next to the "betta vases."*)
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I think those pots are lovely ignore the bowls though.
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Old 10-29-2012, 05:59 PM   #19 
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2.5 is the standard size, but from what I understand some elephant ear bettas have more difficulty swimming...if it looks like your boy struggles a bit, I'd keep him in the 2 gal. If he's fine with swimming around, I'm sure he'll love the upgrade.
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I would use a sponge filter.
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