Photo #2 - Id Like To Know If My Betta Looks Healthy Enough ...

Submitted By: nathan cox on
Photo Caption: id like to know if my betta looks healthy enough or what i can do to make it really shine
fish tank picture - 100 gal stock tank in my room with some fish and 2 filters
freshwater fish stocking in 110 gallons tank - id like to know if my betta looks healthy enough or what i can do to make it really shine
110 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - first tank ive owned

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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: starter fish keeper, been one for about 6 months when i got a goldfish as a joke white elephant gift.
Advice: *buy the supplies you need for your fish before you get your fish*
Fish Kept: Goldfish, Koi, Half Moon Betta, Common Pleco, Long Fin White Cloud
Corals/Plants: idk i think i kept duckweed at a point mabye
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Strong people don't bring others down, they lift them up. -Darth Vader
About Yourself: i'm currently a 20 year old missionary with a certificate in mechanical engineering and design, a love for art and a big love for animals.

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