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I can't keep a clear divider between my two betta tanks as I fear they'd hurt themselves with the way they charge full blast at each other, hitting the sides of the tank. They stress themselves out too badly being able to see each other and I don't think that can possibly be good for their long term health. Just something to think about before going with a clear divider.
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Originally Posted by aunt kymmie View Post
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Originally Posted by Sj45 View Post
If you really want to see them flare either get a few small and well chosen inhabitants to share the tank with them or use the mirror trick.
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I think it should be ok to get a clear divider IF you have lots of plants and hiding spots for ur fishies!
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Originally Posted by Tyyrlym View Post
HMMM..... Your bettas are sure going to be under a LOT of stress if they see each other all the time. Stress leads to illness and a shorter life span. Also if memory serves me correct, I read somewhere on a forum that plexiglass should not be used on aquariums because it gives off a gas. Even aquarium tops are made of real glass. You might want to do a little more research on the plexiglass thing. Besides, it might be cheaper in the long run to buy one of the tank dividers available. I believe they are green and your bettas will be happier in the long run. IMO
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Last edited by Fishcricker; 02-20-2009 at 02:17 AM. Reason: info
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