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ฺBetta farms in Thailand with a small tank.

Discussion in 'News Around the World' started by zeroviolet, Mar 2, 2014.

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  1. zeroviolet

    zeroviolet New Member

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    I saw a betta farm in Thailand With small bottle put betta fish is very sad to live in a confined place. Fish in a bottle to suffer narrow. Makes me feel bad about this. I love fish and do not like to put fish in the narrows.

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  2. RaRdEvA

    RaRdEvA Aspiring Aquascaper

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    I feel the same. Here in Mexico wherever you go they have betta fish in plastic cups with a lid cover. I always tell people that not because they can survive in that condition means they have to live like that. I hate it.

    Also, people often think they have to be confined because they kill each other. I had once a large aquarium with 3 male bettas. That's a lie, they run from the strongest because, off course, they are not stupid.

    Many people don't care about other beings' life :/
     
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  3. greenfinger 2

    greenfinger 2 Active Aquascaper

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    Hi All, I Totally agree with you both(y) It so so sad:(:( How people treat other life forms just for there pleasure :mad:Without a thought or care about there welfare :mad: Well there are a lot of stupid people on this planet. And i doubt that this will change :( If only people would do some research?? Just Google or join a great forum like this one :rolleyes: All the info they will ever need at a push of a couple of button:D
     
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  4. RaRdEvA

    RaRdEvA Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Problem in Mexico is that several people don't speak english and most of the good resources are in english :/

    And that happens for almost any field (sciences, IT, chemistry, construction, et caetera).
     
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  5. greenfinger 2

    greenfinger 2 Active Aquascaper

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    Hi Ra, Sorry never gave that a thought:( That most things are explained in English so would be hard for people around the world to get all the info they need :(:(
     
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  6. keithgh

    keithgh Moderator Staff Member

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    I have seen similar photos from Asia people walking over all the jar tops with dirty feet.

    One good reason to buy from a reliable local breeder.

    The poor fish would die of shock if it had to live in a decent tank it could actually swim in clean water.

    Keith:):)
     

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