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Dividing a Bow Front...
I want to divide my 6 gallon tank into 2, possibly 3 sections (For bettas). It is an odd shape, so I thought I could stick a male on each side, with 2 or 3 female bettas in the middle. The thing is, my tank has a bow-front. :? It pretty much trashed my idea.
Well, we should know the question now.
-Would there be any possible way to divide a bow-front tank?
-Has anyone had any experience with this?
Hmm. I would think that as long as the curve wasn't too deep then as long as the divider was thin enough it should still hold. Adding a little bit of sealant would definitely keep it in place but would be unsightly if not done extremely carefully.
It would be fine if the fish couldn't fit in the space, but since they are bettas, I am worried.
Would you like a pic of the front of the tank?
A pic might be helpful, aye.
When i said that i was assuming the curve was only side to side, not up and down. If it curves up and down as well it would be trickier still.
I will go take a pic.
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