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Old 03-29-2013, 05:38 PM   #21 
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I think VTs and CTs have the least wild looking tails. I wouldn't get a EE because it looks like it's very hard to swim like that and I feel bad for them :(

I get the red toy thing. That sounds like something I would have done when I was a kid. How old is your sister?

Oh, okay then. I feel bad for most, too. :\
She turned 6 in February. Her main problem really is speech delay. Let's talk more about you instead. Besides, the more I talk about her autism, the more I feel bad for her. :(
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Old 03-29-2013, 05:40 PM   #22 
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I think a crowntail is furthest away from the wild however they look like the fins might be some sort of camouflage and in my mind look like they could be a different type of betta.
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Oh, okay then. I feel bad for most, too. :\
She turned 6 in February. Her main problem really is speech delay. Let's talk more about you instead. Besides, the more I talk about her autism, the more I feel bad for her. :(
Oh I'm sorry :(...Don't feel too sad. I am autistic and wouldn't trade it for anything! Because of my autism, some animals get a great home :)
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Old 03-29-2013, 06:57 PM   #24 
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So...Even though the wild betta splenden in the video looked light....wild betta splendens have dark reddish bodies?
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Yes. Vts are technically closer to wilds then halfmoons. Ee definatly do not have trouble swimming, I own them and really like them.
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No, it's alright. :) I think her case is worse, though.
Yes, they should be dark. Even the majority of wild bettas have dark bodies for camouflage and other reasons.

Matts - I meant the ones with HUGE ears. Like this, even bigger! If they don't have trouble swimming, they should take more effort into swimming and in a filter current.. Oh.
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Honestly, in a unfiltered tank (what I keep most of my males in) they would do fine.
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As I said, the ones with huge ears. :D
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That's what I'm talking about.
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Yes. Vts are technically closer to wilds then halfmoons. Ee definatly do not have trouble swimming, I own them and really like them.
Yes to the dark body thing?
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