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Betta fish are unable to live with other fish due to their aggressive nature, as they may injure the other fish. Female betta fish are able to live with other fish, however.


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Betta fish primarily cant live wioth other fish because the betta fish will kill the other fish. The only fish that a betta fish can live with is a non-colorful fish like tetras. Contact your petstore before you put another fish in with your betta fish.

Gouramis and other betta fish--just not two males

Yes, but some fish will nip at the Betta's fins. Male bettas cannot live with other bettas (male or female).

Sorry, type in: how do betta fish live?

yes betta fish have to live alone or one will kill the other.

No, they can live alone or with other female bettas. They might bite each other but won't kill.

Betta fish can live with any other fish that are peaceful and do not have long, flowing fins as this could make the betta fish jealous and start a fight.

Yes they can live with many other species of fish except for their own kind...they fight.

Females can be. Males need to live one Betta to the tank - you can have other fish in with him, but no other bettas, other anabantids, or any other long-finned fish.

Yes, it is possible if the betta lives with other bettas in a heavily planted pond, I would heat it if you live in the Northern states. Never have normal pond fish live with a betta.

Not if you want the other ones to live.

yes I have a tetra living with a male and a female betta and 9 other fish :)

Yes, but since they are very aggressive fish they can only live with a preferably smaller fish/fishes that is calm. they should also live in a bigger tank and there should not be too much fish in it with the betta.

Most other tropical fish that require the same water conditions. Just make sure that the other fish are not big enough to eat the Betta.

Betta fish are typically best as a solitary fish due to the fact that they will show aggression to another betta in the same tank

Yes they can but not with coldwater species like goldfish. Betta splendens are tropical in their requirements.

because beta fish are very aggressive fish and usually attack other fish

It is not recommended to have a betta in a community tank or being with any other fish at all. Although, the bottom feeders such as corydoras might be ok with betta fish in the same tank as they occupy different levels in the water. The reason for having betta alone is not only because betta can be territorial and aggressive, but they can also be victims to other fast moving nippy fish.

betta fish can live for 3 to 2 years or even more if healthy.

if you mean betta fish, they can live in an aguarium with a light.

sure!i bet lots of peeps there have betta fish!

Betta fish are fresh water fish. Most tropical fish are saltwater fish. Betta fish also only get along with a few fish.

A Fish that is able to live with Bettas are Tetras. Neon or Cardinal Tetras more commonly so.

no, they will kill each other

no it would fight till death because betta fish are aggressive

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