Betta in a 160 gallons tank ?

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Hi,
I'm wondering if I should try to move my betta from its 2 gallons tank to my 160 gallons planted tank. It's a community tank with rummy noses, cardinals, fully-grown pearl gouramis, SAE's, amano shrimps, boeseman rainbows, some corys and CAEs.

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No. Those fish with a betta (espicially the gouramis) would just be horrible and very very stressful.
Brianna
 

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The Gouramis would kill the Betta. Please don't put him in there!
 
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Thanks for your comments. The betta will therefore remain alone.
 

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Yea, if you're looking for more room for your betta to show his/her personality (and have more 'toys'), you could go with something like a 5 gallon hex or the eclipse 3 - both are nice kits with small space requirements.. a 10 gallon is fun if you have the room. you'll find your betta may develop a habit of swimming 'laps' from one side to the other. LOL

Have you posted pics of your tank in the photos forum? If not, I bet a lot of members would love to see pics of your Betta and of your big tank, sounds like a lot of beautiful fish.
 
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