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hi folks,

just to share how some hobbyist betta keepers housed their bettas in s'pore.

note, no need heater since the weather here is tropical. :cool:

and the water is tea colored because we added indian almond leaves as well, and it's freely available over here too :-D

i have two tanks side by side, the 2nd tank is for me to scoop the betta over when i need to water change.

 

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Sweet looking tanks!
 

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2 quick questions, if you don't mind me asking:

1.) Why do you keep the tanks only halfway full? If it's for jumping reasons, wouldn't it just be easier to get or make a lid?

2.) What is that plant in the middle of the temporary tank? It looks similar to this one kind of plant I got a few months ago that looks really cool and is now doing really well, but I can't remember for the life of me what it was called.
 

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2 quick questions, if you don't mind me asking:

1.) Why do you keep the tanks only halfway full? If it's for jumping reasons, wouldn't it just be easier to get or make a lid?

2.) What is that plant in the middle of the temporary tank? It looks similar to this one kind of plant I got a few months ago that looks really cool and is now doing really well, but I can't remember for the life of me what it was called.
Answer to Qn #1: Yes, I do have a cover in the tank where the little fella is being housed. The other tank I remove the cover because of the hang-on filter.

Answer to Qn #2: It's a type of moss. It's grown on top of a coconut shell, which creates a tunnel, for the betta to swim thru ;)
 
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