Look at all those jars. o.O The babies are so pretty.
Those two last pics you posted are really sad. :( I can't stand to see sick, dying bettas. A science teacher at school was using them to make an ecosystem in a 2 liter soda bottle. They had three inches of dirty, mucky water, and at the end she gave them all to us. I kept telling her that her students were just going to let them die and eventually she gave them to us to find homes for them because she didn't trust her students, either. I kept two of them and found homes for 16, but there are still a few homeless ones.
Now, if I were to teach students about bettas they wouldnt be experiments o_O Kinda why I am using the Farmer's Market to my advantage. Sell some art (for the bettas of course), show off the fish, give out brochures, maybe show videos when I have a laptop.
I'd love to give them away here, but I can't ship!
Here is one of the guys I've had for about a month now. When I first brought him home he was dull red and gray/grown and look at him now. He colored up nicely after a couple of hours. :D
Sena, that's a great idea! All of the Farmer's Markets around here are outside, too. lol