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Hi! I've had my betta Finnick, Fin for short (still not sure wht tail he is :shock:) for about a year and a half. He's been in the same environment, same 1 plant, same coloured gravel, same rocks, etc. ever since I put him in his 2 gallon bowl. I know bettas like change, but would it be to much to change his plant maybe add another, change the gravel, add a cave, and get rid of all the rocks? Or in other words completely changing his environment. So do you think it's to much?
 

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Don't change all the gravel, since it holds beneficial bacteria. You could possibly mix a bit of new gravel in a different color with it, or buy the glass pebble things and scatter them around the tank to add something new. Definitely invest in a cave, and possibly a few more small live or silk plants, or even floating plants.
 

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Maybe introduce the new elements one at a time through the coming weeks if you're worried about overwhelming your betta. :)
 

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Betta can take variety or leave it. If you want to change the tank around because you want to, go ahead. Your fish cares less about it than you do.
 
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