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Old 10-28-2012, 10:00 PM   #11 
Wendyjo
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Bettas can breathe air from the surface so you don't need to keep their water oxygenated. Just keep him warm and make sure if you wrap the tanks that you unwrap them at least once a day so you can get some fresh air into the top of the tank. No need to stir the water up for anything for a betta.
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