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  1. New Betta Tank Set Up and Cycling

    OK, here is a picture of my new betta tank which is just beginning to cycle. It is a 10 gallon with two small sponge filters connected to an air pump which I hope will not move the water too much for Mr. Betta. The bubbles are moving the surface a little, but I hope not too much. I plan to add a moss ball eventually. What do you guys think? Will Mr. Betta like this tank? I could always add a few tank mates later. Name:  IMG_3112.JPG
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  2. OK, Here We Go With A New Tank(s)

    So, I have this 5.5 gallon tank without a light. It had an incandescent light that didn't work anymore, so I trashed it. I wanted to put a Betta in it, but can't find a lighted hood, or tank cover/light combo that would fit, so I ended up buying a 10 gallon tank. Mr. Betta will be happier in the 10 gallon anyway once I bring him home, and I think my entertainment center should be able to support the 100-120 pounds worth of fish tank. I tested the integrity of the entertainment center by sitting ...