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Old 04-07-2011, 10:08 AM   #11 
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They dont mind the bags, trust me...The "larger space" actually gives them more room to be tossed around.
Im not discouraging this, however- I do not recommend. (And yes, from experience...)
Personal experience too. Not with bettas, though. I was 5, my family was moving from New Jersey to North Carolina, and my dad drove on his own with all the pets (we had a dog and about 30 school fish), and he lowered the water level in the tank and drove with the fish in there.

When we got to the hotel (it was a pet-friendly hotel) in the new town, my dad uncovered a guppy that had been crushed under the gravel. :( That was the last time we drove with that many fish, though.
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Personal experience too. Not with bettas, though. I was 5, my family was moving from New Jersey to North Carolina, and my dad drove on his own with all the pets (we had a dog and about 30 school fish), and he lowered the water level in the tank and drove with the fish in there.

When we got to the hotel (it was a pet-friendly hotel) in the new town, my dad uncovered a guppy that had been crushed under the gravel. :( That was the last time we drove with that many fish, though.
Oh no, I would NEVER leave gravel or ornaments in while traveling with the fish... that would be rough!
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