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    Betta farm in Thailand

    108g Planted - Discus, Royal Plec, Featherfin Syndos
    5.5g planted - Assorted shrimp

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    That's crazy

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    Someone posted a translation on Reddit....

    Crowntail Fighter are an export hit in Thailand for many years. Thousands of them a bred in large farms and shipped worldwide. They grow in recycled Thai Whisky bottles of which the big farms have up to fifteen thousand (!). To check for growth, fin development and color, the fish are constantly monitored. Due to the tight package of bottles the fish are easily accesible for daily routine, like feeding. Water change is done two times a week. After four to six months, the Betta develop into beautiful fighters. In the warm summer month, when the temp rises way above 30 C, some cool downs for the fish are very welcome (the method, wtf?). Once a month, the grown betta are selected and prepared for shipping. The fish are collected in sifters, packed in little plastic containers and are ready for shipping.
    108g Planted - Discus, Royal Plec, Featherfin Syndos
    5.5g planted - Assorted shrimp

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