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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-12-2013, 01:41 AM Thread Starter
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taking down sorority tank any one want the girls?

i have had a sorority tank with 5 girls in a 20h but i no longer wish to keep them , would anyone like them?
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edit: a sorority tank is a tank with multiple female bettas for those who dont know

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-12-2013, 01:44 PM
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If you don't mind, I would like the ladys as a donation to the "Tanks in Schools" project. I can put one in each school tank as I make the rounds. For those that don't know, the Colorado Aquarium Society is furnishing tanks, all equipment and fish to classrooms. We are always looking for donations of fish, equipment and your time. We need mentors to help take care of the tanks, see that they are not overfed, see when a tank needs cleaning, etc. So volunteer your time, extra equipment and fish to the project. Help create the next generation of fish keepers.

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If you don't mind, I would like the ladys as a donation to the "Tanks in Schools" project. I can put one in each school tank as I make the rounds. For those that don't know, the Colorado Aquarium Society is furnishing tanks, all equipment and fish to classrooms. We are always looking for donations of fish, equipment and your time. We need mentors to help take care of the tanks, see that they are not overfed, see when a tank needs cleaning, etc. So volunteer your time, extra equipment and fish to the project. Help create the next generation of fish keepers.
Can high schoolers get community hours for doing stuff like that?

How I feel about non-planted aquariums.
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Got a little excited there from the title.
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Can high schoolers get community hours for doing stuff like that?
I jdon't know if they can, but we need to look into it, it would be a good project. We need "mentors" for the tanks we put in schools. So far, we are finding mentors, and then asking schools near them. Almost any school that we approach will take a tank for its science classroom. What is hard is finding people that will keep an eye on the tank and keep the water changes going and keep teachers from overfeeding.

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I would love to volunteer and donate some stuff, like decorations and soon an internal filter, i would like to know some more info on the matter and the location where this mostly take place, although i'm willing to travel.
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I would also be interested in a Betta depending on where you're at.
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