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Which do you think is a better pet a reptile or a fish?

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You can't pick up and play with a fish. Nuf said

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Yet they are fun to watch.
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Tell that to my three year old, had to move the tank to the top of a 5 foot bookcase lol
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That is why Im thinking of betta fish.
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a fish ;D

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Fish (plural) :D

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Reptiles in my personal view. They live longer than fish (if care well enough for). They also have more of a "personality" shall we say. Haha :P However, they do require a little more attention and care, as in cleaning their space, refreshing their water, feeding them, taking them out of their enclosure for at least 10 minutes a day, providing a sleeping spot, not to mention a heating lamp. Fish require the simplest of things, water (of course), a clean tank, and fish flakes. While you can feed a reptile by what's in your own kitchen. (:

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Except leopard geckos... :( They are carnivores...
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Actually what reptile is that?? A lizard?
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Well them, turantulas, snakes, etc. With them, you have to buy "pinky mice" and other little critters. :( I love snakes but I hate seeing little innocent mice being eaten.
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I like seeing them getting eaten but I dont like snakes. There are dangerous ones is why. Not because Im afraid.
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You like seeing baby mice get eating? D: That's awful. Hahah. Not all are dangerous, like a garder snake or rat snake. (:
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eaten*
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Had a mouse infestation and cats got them!
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In that situation it's a good thing, but little baby mice??
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I chose fish.
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Fish are easy to take care of, but reptiles are cooler.

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That's what makes it seeming a little difficult to choose.
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Well yeah have you seen the McDonalds commercial? Fishy fishy!!
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Fishy derp

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Oh yeah. Just imagined some betta fish holding a cup of flake to his owner and he gulped it!
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Ha haha lol
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Definitely a reptile. Fish don't do anything... When my mom was a teenager she had an iguana and according to her it was a really cool pet

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Cool. Thanks! But is the iguana hard to care for?
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Reptiles are pretty hardy. But like everyone who has a reptile, you need to do a lot of research. I would go with a bearded dragon because of their calm personality . (:

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And I chose fish. Because of their interesting behavior and I enjoy betta fish most of all. I really cannot with leopard geckos because they dont do anything yet they add up your electricity bills a whole lot more.
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Fish they are easier and dont require too much attention

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a fish its is easier to look after !

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fish cost less, you can have more of them, and are less work but reptiles have more personality. u could always get a cool fish like a pike cichlid.

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And they still have scales. Something that interests me a lot somehow. I believe fish are more active anyways. My siblings have a female betta for many months and didn't die yet. So I'm planning to get a male.
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Reptile!!! Bearded dragons are wonderful socialable pets, my sister has one and it willingly cuddles with her

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