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Old 10-16-2010, 10:57 PM   #1 
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Genetics Thoughts

So, I was feeding my bettas the other day and I noticed that Starburst (my crowntail) has very noticeable teeth (feels like fine sandpaper or a cats tongue) but LIttle Guy (my veiltail) feels like he has none (they tend to get my finger :P). Anyone happen to know what a betta's teeth should be like? Or is that one of the many varients that go into the different bettas? Right now I'm assuming my Little Guy has a genetic defect regarding his teeth (that also explains why he got his butt kicked when Starburst jumped the divider).
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Depends on the genetics. Fighting bettas have extrememly strong teeth capable of severely harming another betta.
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