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Old 08-24-2009, 04:01 PM   #11 
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He looks adorable!!
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Old 08-24-2009, 04:37 PM   #13 
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His new and final name is Amaro. It means 'Strong' in Native American. ( I love baby name websites. xD )
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Aww! I don't watch much TV either, but that is one of my favorite shows ever. :D
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Old 08-24-2009, 05:26 PM   #15 
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I just went to check on him and he is flaring at the surface.(: I think he wants more food, but I won't give him any until tonight. I'll give him three pellets tonight. Mum was angry I moved him, but nothing unbearable.. He is looking much happier. He is not very active, but he is a Betta fish, and they aren't exactly known to move dart around.. I'm eager to feed him again because I love watching him 'stalk' his food. I may get a male/female guppy and put them in the 5 gallon to provide some live food. What other foods could I give him besides freeze-dried bloodworms and Betta Pellets? I have frozen bloodworms, tropical flakes, goldfish flakes, cichild pelets....
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Bloodworms, daphnia and brine shrimp.
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Can I buy those frozen/freeze-dried?
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Yeah, either froozen or freeze dried.
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Okay. Do Bettas need them thawed or can they eat a frozen bit?

This guy is my pride and joy. He's swimming around much more now. I almost want to put him in the 32 Custom and never get another fish. He's got so much personality and loves flaring at the rocks, even in his new home.
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You need to thaw a bit out in some tank water first. Freeze dried needs to be rehydrated before feeding.
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