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Old 08-16-2013, 06:58 PM   #11 
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Do I have to worry about humidity?
Not at all.
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Old 08-16-2013, 06:59 PM   #12 
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Weeell, if you're short on finances, I would recommend getting this aquarium, and all you need to buy is heater.

Or you can get this one and split it for 2 bettas! All you need is a heater
You can even split it for 3 bettas if you realllly want to
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Weeell, if you're short on finances, I would recommend getting this aquarium, and all you need to buy is heater.

Or you can get this one and split it for 2 bettas! All you need is a heater
You can even split it for 3 bettas if you realllly want to
$9?!!?!? OMG I have to have it!
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Ikr, I saw the price and was like "omg wtf"
I think I'll head out to get one for myself!!
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:04 PM   #15 
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If you have a space heater and you keep the room at 75F your betta will be ok. But if the room where the betta lives gets in the 60s your betta will suffer.

When I was young I almost lost my betta to a cold winter in Connecticut. After almost losing my fish I talked me parents into letting me keep a space heater going in my room. The fish were fine with the room heated.
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Ikr, I saw the price and was like "omg wtf"
I think I'll head out to get one for myself!!
I just have to convince my parents, but that's an AMAZING deal!
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It's $10!! What's there to convince?! xD
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I could buy like 5 of those... and take in so many bettas omg.
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It's $10!! What's there to convince?! xD
IDK WHAT GOES ON IN THEIR HEADS!

But they shall be convinced.
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Cabob, I HIGHLY advise you to get that tank for 10 bucks. It is a STEAL and it is a really good tank. Just get a heater and you're set.
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