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Photo Caption: my fish is the best... i named him Jacques. He's a beta fish, and damn good looker.
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my fish is the best... i named him Jacques. He's a beta fish, and damn good looker.

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Country: Canada
Description: my fish is the best... i named him Jacques. He's a beta fish, and damn good looker.

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to Tomargir.... Really? your critiquing a betta tank? good lookin' tank kido! fish avatar
Your tank needs some work in order to bring out the full potential of the fish. Betas are wonderful but most of the times kept under poor conditions. Get yourself informed on the natural habitat of this species and try to reproduce them in your tank. Get a natural-looking substrate, plants made of fabric and a nice wallpaper for the back panel. Lighting can make a huge difference also. And i think that Spongebob doesn't fit neither with fishkeeping nor with the unique character of Beta fish. fish avatar
wow a water home like mine! clas - don't you just hate the trickle system filtration though? i'm loving the sponge bob! not bad for an 11 litre fish avatar

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