Photo #2 - 10 Gallon Tank. Blue And White Gravel. 1 Re...

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Photo Caption: 10 Gallon tank. Blue and White gravel. 1 red male betta (brian). Whisper filter. I made a tunnel (with a well cleaned pipe), you can see it towards the back... Brian tends to stay at the top of the tank but at night he will explore the tunnel and the other decorations at the bottom.
freshwater fish - betta splendens - crown tail betta stocking in 10 gallons tank - Hes red but you can see his blue streaks really well in this picture! His eye is blue but it looks red in this picture.
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 10 Gallon tank. Blue and White gravel. 1 red male betta (brian). Whisper filter. I made a tunnel (with a well cleaned pipe), you can see it towards the back... Brian tends to stay at the top of the tank but at night he will explore the tunnel and the other decorations at the bottom.

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 10 gallon 1 Red Betta Blue and White gravel Whisper filter Plants coming soon (dwarf lilys perhaps java moss)
Advice: Do alot of research... I reccomend Wikipedia or do a simple search on google
Fish Kept: Betta Currently considering other fish for other tanks I have
Corals/Plants: Dwarf lily
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: Don't have one
About Yourself: I always wanted a pet, I thought a fish would be a good choice. Gold fish are too messy so I went with a betta.

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oi atleast hes got the fish in an appropriate sized fish tank and not a tiny bowl fish avatar
What the hell? I bet your fish had no input on the design. fish avatar

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