Sorority (Ashley, Charlotte, and Plinko) and a double tail male, Big Red
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Hi! My name is Olivia and I just joined- I'm a senior in high school and in an aquatic animals class (we've got loads of fish- plecos, axolotls, crawfish, piranhas, yellow-bellied slider turtles, other fish, and 1 million snails). For my semester project, I chose to set up a fully functioning betta sorority! I know they're controversial, so I wanted to put all my effort in to set up a happy home for the girls and then collect data and research on their behavior, size, apatite, and pecking order to determine what the steps are in setting up a sorority (what works best and what was successful), and hopefully, what benefits the plants, snails, fish, and overall tank environment receives from the sorority! I will take any tips you've got (so long as you're nice). I've got 5 bettas (still looking for names though) and lord-knows-how-many snails (I think there's 10 in there right now but I have no idea).