They're puppies, even my wild types are up to the glass trying to wiggle and get my attention, they're too sweet. If it was one fish it would be a betta. Find one and give it a good home.betta06 said:I think if I could have only one fish it would be a betta. they have a huge personality and come in almost every colour imaginable and are one of the easier fish to keep
RelaxingBettas said:For the record I made it a point to never do homework if it could be avoided (I have a philosophical objection ), and still managed to wrangle a full scholarship to a reputable university, responsibility is an inner virtue and like all skills, develops from practice- rote busywork assigned by government employees according to a standardized curriculum has produced a lot of folks who think it is fine to keep a clownfish in a half gallon bowl because it was advertised thusly (didn't the corporate greedmeisters give it their stamp of approval with a shiny package, and shelf space in box stores? It MUST be fine!).
This is a lot of tl;dr to say, 'don't rely on those who rise to the top of the toilet bowl that is a bureaucracy to direct your education', whatever you decide to do with homework or betta, READ AND OBSERVE FOR YOURSELF.
Now I would holler as a crotchedly old person in advice mode, 'git offa my lawn!', but I am on yours lol, so I will get back to my coffee (and let you get back to your homework ).
good luck on getting your new bettaSterSter said:SouthAmericanCichlids The verse makes my christian soul happy hehe.
Ok it is unanimous.
By a whopping 3 votes (including me) it is decided that I will try to get a betta.
I asked my mom and she said that it's a possibility I just have to prove I am responsible enough.
Doing all my hw for school should do the trick .
I'll say on here when I get the betta and I will make another thread in journals for the setup for the betta tank if and when I get a betta.
I also agree homework will help but most important is learning how to properly care for the animal...that is what got me my snake and fishcjen112 said:Being a responsible betta owner has nothing to do with school homework. You need to research the right care for your betta fish, for example what tank size, what temperature, what/when/how how much to feed, what kind of filter, and the most important thing how to test the water weekly and siphon for every week for as long as the betta lives. If I was your mom, I would be much more impressed by you knowing how to properly take care of a fish than if you did your homework for a short while.