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Old 04-16-2013, 08:17 PM   #11 
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The pictures are on my profile and sorry if they are low quality but I will try to take better ones. It's hard to catch him when he's not swimming around!! I'm glad about the filter because most of them break with my past experiences with guppies and tetras!! I do live in a warm climate almost all year round but I will get everything needed. (2 types of food,heater,more frequent water changes, and a thermometer) would it still be okay if I maybe forgot about one of the water changes because that might happen before I get into the routine. Do I really need a heater if my climate is hot and the temperature doesn't change that much? I can't wait to see any pictures of roemigie's betta.
Ok from what I can see on my phone he seems like be could just be growing new fin. But I cannot really tell through my phone :/
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