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My Betta Fish Isn't Eating(continued)

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My Betta Fish Isn't Eating(continued)
Old 01-04-2008, 08:22 PM   #11
 
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I'm planning on putting one male betta into it - nothing else.
I don't think that it would hurt him, because the betta we have now was put into a (rather small) tank as soon as we bought it and washed it out. Less than an hour passed before putting him into it, and he is happy...bubble nest and everything. So it would be okay, wouldn't it? :-/ :confused:
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Old 01-05-2008, 09:56 AM   #12
 
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If your betta is already in an uncycled small container, it will be no worse off to have more swimming room. The ammonia build up will depend on how much food and poop is in the water. As long as you remove uneaten food, all of it right now based on the post, the ammonia build up will be slow. It will be much slower in a larger container than a small one which will give you more time to deal with it.
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