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Old 09-06-2010, 11:10 AM   #1 
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Wow, how awkward o-o?

When I first got my 5 gallon fish tank, there was this bubble maker and I thought my Betta Fish would like it. When everything was set up, and Blue was in his tank, it seemed like he had trouble swimming around because of the bubbles. I stopped it then and took it out, `cause I wasnt sure if it was good for Blue... Could someone help? I really have no idea what to do Dx

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Old 09-06-2010, 11:20 AM   #2 
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Bubblers aren't advised, because too much water movement will make it hard for your betta to swim. I've heard that people can and do have bubblers in their betta tanks, but they have to tie a knot or two in the air line so only a few bubbles come out, as to not disturb the waters too much :)

I'd advise looking at the betta care sticky threads in the betta care section, they cover pretty much what you'll want to know about your betta's home.
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