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my betta family
my betta family
my betta family
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it is a myth males canĀ“t live together, I discdovered that just recently
posted by: David Camargo

Mar 18th, 2013
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Nathan Benningfield » posted 2013/03/18 04:42 pm  
How long have they been together?
David Camargo » posted 2013/03/18 05:18 pm  
1 year and 6 months
Nathan Benningfield » posted 2013/03/18 05:51 pm
Oh wow I have a tank of females but haven't tried females with males. Im gonna try it.
David Camargo » posted 2013/03/18 05:56 pm  
They behave in hierarchy, you will have a boss, a dominant male, and a second and third one, females will do the same and will follow the dominant male, you obviously need a decent size tank, I have 3 males and 9 females in a 50 liter s tank
bip_ 4u (m) » posted 2013/03/19 05:23 am

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