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Old 10-05-2012, 02:16 PM   #1 
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Zen's New Tank

Before (mostly silk plants, 1 live plant, buddha statue):



And after (4 live plants, 2 silk, terra cotta pot, driftwood, java moss ball, larger rocks):
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A close up of the moss ball and pot.
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and of course, the resident <3
His tiny stress lines are from getting netted out of the tank to another tank to get pictures taken. He sure hates that :P

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Looks beautiful! Great job!
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Old 10-05-2012, 07:29 PM   #5 
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wow hes gorgeous, wish i could find a black betta!. The tank is awesome. I liked the before but the after is really nice. I'm sure he will appreciate the added live plants
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Love the tank, but the betta is beautiful! where did you get him?
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:01 AM   #7 
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Love the tank, but the betta is beautiful! where did you get him?
Thank you! He is a halfmoon male from Petco, actually.

I like to put my finger up to the side of their cups to see their reaction, and he was extremely aggressive, snapping and flaring. It's so much more entertaining to see them swim and interact with things (especially his food) when they are abit angrier. He headbutts his tank when there is a mirror, so he got his mirror privileges taken away :(
You can see in this next picture that through light, he is black with strips of blue and black spots.
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More pictures! Got some new tank mates for him.

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