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Old 01-25-2011, 02:57 AM   #11 
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Definitely a bloated fish. I've had Cheep-Cheep for a year, and prior to moving in with my boyfriend I would be gone for most of the weekend o my bettas got at least one day fasting. Once I moved in with my boyfriend, they were getting double attention (me and the boyfriend) and Cheep-Cheep got a huge belly like yours. It was my boyfriend who suggested we do a once-a-week fasting for all 3, and his stomach went right down. I'm now on my own, but I still keep up with the fasting, and all of them are healthy and active.
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Old 01-25-2011, 03:48 AM   #12 
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If U say it was at night, I noticed my bugger Roamy (he's black bodied so it's more evident on him) that he was bloated every morning. My take is that they bloat at night when they sleep cause their system slow's down, but it quickly goes away.

Do as the other's told ya and fast him, just to be sure.
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