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Photo Caption: betta bowl with lucky bamboo
1 gallon freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - betta bowl with lucky bamboo

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 1g glass bowl, male betta, aquarium gravel, lucky bamboo
Advice: keep the water clean
Fish Kept: male betta
Corals/Plants: lucky bamboo
Tank Size: 1 gallon
Quote: hi

COMMENTS

Very nice set-up young sir!! is that powerhead the new 'tihsgnikcuf' model at 1600 litres per hour?.I think your tank may be under stocked and could do with a few squillion tin foil barbs or maybe a seal? How do you heat such a vast aquarium? put the light on? close the window? light a match?.I also admire your planting skills and the bamboo will be nice once its well rooted.I think you should do a 75% water change though and take out a glass of water.Well done on such an eye-catching set-up and you have certainly raised the bar for us all on this site.Adios amigo xxxxx Craig fish avatar
Fuk mayte this tank is of key blud, love your originallity. fish avatar
i like what youve done with your fish bowl fish avatar

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