Betta fish plant Vase

August 25, 2019
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face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif"> Hi,
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A couple ... things i would like to mention about Bettas in vases. I am a breeder, with a couple breeding tanks, grow out tanks, and tons of bowls with tons of Bettas. I am looking forward to recieving the Betta I ordered from you, and can't wait! They are going to be beautiful. One thing I'd like to say though. This is not hate mail.Betta fish in a vase. Beta Fish in a Vase. Just a informative letter to help keep Bettas alive. About the vase:
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face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">1. face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">You must feed Betta! They will only eat roots out of desperation. face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">2. face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">The tray at the top with marbles keeps Betta from getting air. Many of my friends who have Betta in vases have also had deaths. face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">3. face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">The plant, though pretty, roots will die, releasing toxins into the water harmful to fish. face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">4. face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif">Many people are told never to clean it that the plant will: No! Clean once a week, and feed your Betta 2 times a day!
face="Georgia, Times, Georgia, Times, Times New Roman, serif"> Also, never house your Betta in less than a quart, they need
excercise! How would you like to be in a closet your whole life? LOL
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Thanks for the great service!
Ashton
Reply. Hello Ashton. I agree with all the points you discussed in your email to us. Thank you.

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