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Old 12-19-2012, 11:59 AM   #1 
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R.I.P., Nami and Leo!

Sometime last night or this morning, both of my little sister's Bettas died. They were lost to what we believe to be a bacterial infection that did not respond quickly enough to treatment.

Nami was a beautiful royal blue male crowntail and my sister's first Betta. His fins were absolutely stunning and he could tell when it was my sister feeding him or someone else (he would rarely eat what I fed him, haha). He loved to swim in and out of his castle ornament and spent his last days in his Betta log.

Leo was a green butterfly delta tail, and something of a show-off. He would zoom back and forth across the front of his tank, occasionally bumping into glass things. My sister absolutely loved him at first sight, and she went to a ton of trouble to make his tank really nice. He also had a Betta log to rest in.

They will be missed! My sister is flyingbetta, she would love it if you left a message for her. ;.(
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Thays so sad.
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Old 12-19-2012, 02:21 PM   #3 
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Poor babies. So sorry to hear.
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I wish we could use that experiments on our betta they did on Rats that make they live a lot longer.
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what experiment?
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There is this project they have been testing on animals that makes them live a lot longer.
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