Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish' started by 1.0reef, Apr 3, 2011.
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what's that even mean?
it means even though ur being smart and not putting like 3 thinks in the saltwater tank, ppl are still telling u no.
o.k and the betta is still feeding well and is very healthy;D
I agree. it seems like even when he is doing something right you still try to shoot down his ideas, just because you may have a personal problem with him doesnt mean you should give him the wrong advise and make this hobby that much more complicated.
no i am not, and i do not appreciate you attempting to twist things around so you can make another nasty rude unnecessary comment like you do on every thread you post on. i am not trying to give him a hard time i am simply saying that a 5 gallon will work find, but its relative to putting a clownfish in a 10 gallon tank. people agree and people dont agree. it doesnt matter what your o0pinion is on the matter what it all comes down to is he will do what he wants to do.
as stated, i am definitely not trying to shoot him down. i have encouraged him on many of his threads and i am only trying to help
...ugh. Some people.
A single freshwater betta can easily be kept in a 5.5g tank as long as the proper environment is provided. Bettas are not very active swimmers and do not need a lot of room(if only housing singly).
This is my sister's blog. She has had a male betta in a 2.5g tank for probably 8 months now? The first few posts talk about her betta bowl. She runs a Hagen nano filter and some plants in their cor O2. She doses with Flourish Excel for CO2.
The Terrible Fishbowl: Coldwater plants
Here is the first post about the betta bowl.
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