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Old 11-01-2012, 04:04 PM   #21 
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The little red betta in the care section is so cutte!! I wish I could rescue him :c
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Old 11-01-2012, 05:08 PM   #22 
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well if u figure it out, let us know cuz I do love the concept just hate the size
I may try it over a break sometime (it's typically frowned upon to use power tools in the dorms - no idea why ). If I'm able to get reasonably good results, I'll make a thread or something on any progress.
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Old 11-01-2012, 10:47 PM   #23 
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:32 AM   #24 
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Can I house two Betta together?


Never put two Betta fish in the same aquarium. They’re called fighting fish for a reason! However, you can put two Betta tanks together for an entertaining show. This has the added benefit of giving your fighting fish some exercise. Just be sure to separate them when you’re done watching so they don’t get over-excited and stressed."

UMM WHAT??? Put two bettas together for an interesting show... NO just NO >_<
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Old 11-02-2012, 12:50 PM   #25 
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Can I house two Betta together?


Never put two Betta fish in the same aquarium. They’re called fighting fish for a reason! However, you can put two Betta tanks together for an entertaining show. This has the added benefit of giving your fighting fish some exercise. Just be sure to separate them when you’re done watching so they don’t get over-excited and stressed."

UMM WHAT??? Put two bettas together for an interesting show... NO just NO >_<

It says put their tanks together but still its wrong.. poor bettas :/
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Old 11-02-2012, 01:25 PM   #26 
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Can I house two Betta together?


Never put two Betta fish in the same aquarium. They’re called fighting fish for a reason! However, you can put two Betta tanks together for an entertaining show. This has the added benefit of giving your fighting fish some exercise. Just be sure to separate them when you’re done watching so they don’t get over-excited and stressed."

UMM WHAT??? Put two bettas together for an interesting show... NO just NO >_<
Does this mean if you have a divided tank with mesh barrier you should feel bad? I think a fair number of us have divided tanks where the inhabitants can see each other much/all of the time or multiple tanks in close proximity.

I don't think the comment implied you should put two bettas in one living space, I read it as "hey, put your two tanks next to each other and see the flaring action." And they follow it up with "Don't keep them that way."

It is an interesting idea, but it should be bigger to actually be a good betta home.

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Old 11-02-2012, 01:36 PM   #27 
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"The aquarium should only be used with Betta fish. Most other types of fish require filtration and more space."

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