what fishtunafax said:Can I see before pics? If a moor is not a solid black, it is very likely unstable and the black is bound to fade away eventually.
Stress is factor in fading. This might be it's actual color. How old is this fishy?
My betta uses his every single night. I gave him 3 logs to use, he uses one for day time sleeping, one for night sleeping and the other to play and be fed in.qchris87 said:Floating Betta logs are cool
I've had mine for a year and hasn't... But petsmarts xmas decor paint started to peel as I placed it into the tank! Or you can make your own for cheap with some mesh from a craft store and hot glue. (AKA I'm not spending $32 on a log! I have 4 from the store and can't believe I spent that much! The other bettas can get mesh logs for only $2.)JamieXPXP said:although I do agree with the floating logs. my betta loves them as well but only problem is the paint on them starts to peel off quickly (at least in my experience)
I find its fine as long as there's plants and not just some ugly spongebob stuff on pink gravel!Dch48 said:I really hate seeing tanks decorated with things that would not be in a natural environment. Things like castles, bridges, houses, marbles, saltwater things in a freshwater tank, and a lot more don't appeal to me. Remember, this is just my opinion, YMMV.