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Old 08-12-2009, 07:50 PM   #21 
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You can buy the frozen blodoworms at petco.I cut a cube into three.Store the two pieces for the coming days.Then disolve the one piece in some water.I use tweezers to feed the bloodworms in the am.I always heard never to feed freeze dried foods to bettas it could cause constipation.mine get the frozen in the a.m and pellets in the p.m.Once a week, I fast them, or give them a tiny piece of an inside of a pea.
I dont know if you should give them a little of the inside of a pea becuase i read somwhere that that can cause permanent damage to their digestive track.
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Yes, the bubbles, if they stay put and aren't just from the filter, is a bubblenest.
Just checked on midnight and the bubbles were gone. But maybe he will make one sometime.
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Old 08-12-2009, 07:54 PM   #23 
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Peas are bad for their digestive tract actually...
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Yes, that is another myth. Peas are very bad. they are carnivores and aren't made to digest things like peas
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