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Old 02-06-2006, 02:19 PM
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Default 7th grade science projects using betta fish

Hello, I need help! I'm in 7th grade and I know I want to do an experiment using a Betta Fish. I dont know what I could possibly do that is safe, cheap, and fairly easy but capable of and A+ grade. I am aloud to purchase a Betta.
I know how to take care of them as well, I had a Betta for 3 years. If you could possibly give me some suggestions that I can understand and would fit my grade level using a Betta Fish, I would be very thankful.

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One thing you could try is seeing what kind of food will make them grow faster...... Or what you could do is see if lighting changes there reactions
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Default innnnnnneeeeddddddhelp!

please tell me what i need for the betta project i am a 7th grade kid also alowed to have betta and i would like to do the project about how lighting affects the betta
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Question Good Ideas!

Hi there, replying to this post here:
"One thing you could try is seeing what kind of food will make them grow faster...... Or what you could do is see if lighting changes there reactions..."


I am going to go ahead with the first project, but what would the purpose of that be?

I am in 7th grade, I own a betta fish, and yes I do no how to take care of him.. Please reply before the 11th of January, as that is when the project is due.

Thanks! Have a HNY (Happy New Year)

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Question Betta Fish

do any of you know any GREAT ideas for a science project having to do with betta fish??????Please reply
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