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Old 07-11-2012, 11:42 PM   #11 
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It means he knew that it was his territory, though! Easier swimmers? What do you mean?
Well that's what I meant by "happy," haha he knew it was his place then.
Easier fish to care for - I know ALL fish require water changes, care, etc, but it seems Bettas are a little more sensitive to everything than other types of fish. My brother in law has a 10 gallon aquarium with several different kinds of fish, and he hardly ever has to do anything to it. My neighbor has offered me a larger tank, but I don't really have the space for one right now!
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Old 07-12-2012, 12:00 AM   #12 
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Actually, Bettas are one of the most hardiest fish ever. They are one of the most easiest fishes to care for but eh, it's your choice. :) And your BIL must have a cycled tank then. Good for him, not doing any water changes because of cleanliness. :D How big is your neighbor's tank?
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