Betta tank - Is there to much in here?

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I was just wondering if i have to much in my betta tank? He hides in all the plants and the decorations so he does like them all i just didn't know if i should take some stuff out?
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No, I think the plants and decor are good to create a more natural environment for him. :)
 

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No, I would leave it in, you've got a beautiful tank :) I'm sure he appreciates them, as long as they aren't too sharp(and they don't appear to be) they're good IMO.
 

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If those are hard plastic plants on the front left you might want to replace them with silk or live. Bettas tend to have issues with fins tearing around sharp and jagged objects.
 
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MrBryan723 said:
If those are hard plastic plants on the front left you might want to replace them with silk or live. Bettas tend to have issues with fins tearing around sharp and jagged objects.
Okay I'll take them out and look into something live to replace it with!
 
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I replaced the grass with a silk plant i have. Looking into real plants.
 
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JettsPapa said:
I was about to suggest that. If you're looking for ideas the female betta in my 40 gallon community tank likes to rest in the crowns of water wisteria.
Alright thank you! I'd love for him to have some real plants
 

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Yeah Real Plants would be better but any plastic plants that are not sharp will be great and help make a more natural looking environment.

Great tank btw
 

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