Photo #2 - Rare Sighting Of One Of My 3 Remaining Shrimp Whi...

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Photo Caption: Rare sighting of one of my 3 remaining shrimp while the tank lights are on. If you look at the moss ball under the filter, you can see the carcass of one of his buddies that my Betta caught last night. Failed experiment with the shrimp. My Betta is a very predatory fella
10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 10 Gallon. End of week 3. Male Betta from day 1 and added an Albino Bushy Nose Plecos at end of week 2
freshwater fish stocking in 10 gallons tank - Rare sighting of one of my 3 remaining shrimp while the tank lights are on. If you look at the moss ball under the filter, you can see the carcass of one of his buddies that my Betta caught last night. Failed experiment with the shrimp. My Betta is a very predatory fella

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Tetra 10 Gallon. Branded as a GloFish Tank. Standard size. Tetra 10-30 filter. I am using the hood and lighting that came with the kit and added a 17in. Marineland submersible light to supplement.
Advice: dont have any yet as i am new.
Fish Kept: Betta - Male, Bushy Nose Pleco L-144
Corals/Plants: dwarf hair grass, java moss, frogbit, baby dwarf tears (?) and anubias
Tank Size: 10 gallons

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