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Old 08-15-2011, 11:57 AM   #11 
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I just have to say that this thread made me chuckle. I can imagine Thelonius thinking "awww man, now I have to make it again" whenever you removed his nest
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:51 PM   #12 
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is it ok that i scoop the bubbles out everday? i was worried that there was somthing wrong with him even though he eats fine and swims A LOT so i started scooping them out with a clean plastic spoon everyday when ever i notice the bubbles... i see from this that there is nothing wrong with him :) thank god... my 6 year old would be devastated if is betta fish (his first pet "Rocket" as he named him lol died
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is it ok that i scoop the bubbles out everday? i was worried that there was somthing wrong with him even though he eats fine and swims A LOT so i started scooping them out with a clean plastic spoon everyday when ever i notice the bubbles... i see from this that there is nothing wrong with him :) thank god... my 6 year old would be devastated if is betta fish (his first pet "Rocket" as he named him lol died
It's ok to scoop them out, but I imagine it could be frustrating for your fish, he has to redo all his wonderful work every single day. But, they'll most likely go away every time you do a water change, and he'll have to remake them again anyway.
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