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Old Yesterday, 12:32 AM   #1 
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So many projects to do

I've always been a stickler for 'by the book '
Betta raising, but recently I have branched out and began experimenting with other betta enthusiasts advice. The results have been good thus far. Now I am plotting a planted 75 gallon tank for a female sorority and an intricate shelving system to turn my living room into a Betta showcase.

I've never had a planted tank or sorority. I've also never shown betta's but that's on the list too.

What happened to when I was happy with a betta and small tank?
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The addiction grows soon you find you have no free time at all as you spend it all maintaining tanks fish and plants. Goodluckwith your adventure.
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Last time I started betta's it took over the sun room, the kitchen, and den in six months.
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Old Yesterday, 05:31 PM   #4 
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I started out just simply wanting a fish and wanting to be a better pet owner (since my first fish I ever had died because I was a terrible fish owner). Then I got another one... And then I saw that breeding looked fun and an interesting learning experience... And now I'm saving up the money to breed bettas in a couple months

The Betta addiction comes on quickly
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I am looking currently for ways to display the boys in my living room. I want something uniform and decorative. I have a rule I like them to have at least a gallon of water. Walmart has these gallon tanks with a base and lid that I like, but still looking.
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