So, Nebula, also known as "work betta" has become a bit sedentary. He was the Betta I kept from the three I took home from a petstupid that shrugged, looked at the fish, and said, "yup, those are probably gonna die overnight." I got him in december. I tried to attach a picture, but Fishlore has not been letting me do so on mobile. He seems in perfect health, but he does not patrol very much. For the first few months I had him, he was pretty active. Then, in April I noticed that he was flaring a TON. Eventually I released he was flaring and trying to bite at the large orange nerite snail. I kept an eye on him, and removed the snail when he started showing stress stripes and clearly was not about to stop. Since removing the snails he pretty much just chills on random leads around the aquarium, or hovers by the glass giving me the hairy eyeball. He lives in a ten gallon all by himself, barring I think one or two black racer merited. He has a 20 gallon rated sponge filter, and no heater, because we keep my part of the office constantly between 78 and 82 (crazy Floridians if you're wondering). His tank has been running for about two years, though I switched the bettas between work and my house shortly after I got him. I do 50% water changes every other Friday. He doesn't get fed over the weekends.