Betta and Siamese Fighting Fish
Can a betta fish and goldfish survive in the same fishbowl?
well i did but its in a tank though but they seem to be fine. only thing is the goldfish eats all the food and the betta has a tiny mouth compare to the goldfish so yeah make sure he gets some food
Can betta fish kill goldfish?
yes because once i got a betta fish and i put in a tank with a gold fish the first day the betta killed the goldfish so i boult a nother goldfish it did not kill the goldfish because i put them in sepret tanks so that's what you guys should do it because i did it try it people your goldfish will not dy. my goldfish was a fin-nipper that's why it killed it because the goldfish ripped a fin off of the betta so do not put betta fish with goldfish because you never no if the goldfish is a betta.
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Can goldfish be in the same tank with a betta?
Chances are they won't fight; however, bettas are actually tropical fish and are more active and healthier in warmer water, whereas goldfish are cold water fish. If possible, you should try a small, heated tank for your betta. If not, it will survive with the goldfish but won't be as active, pretty, or healthy.
Can guppies and mollies survive in a fishbowl?
Guppies and mollies are tropical fish, and they require warm temperatures. The fishbowl will require a heater. Also, these fish are sensitive to drastic changes in the quality of their water, therefore, a filtration and aeration system will be necessary. Perhaps a better fish for a fishbowl would be a Siamese Fighting fish (Betta Splendens). With a little floating plant in the bowl and a cover, Bettas do very well. Change the water at least weekly. Bettas come in a variety of colors. Unfortunately, only one Betta can be placed in the fishbowl because they will fight. Almost all tropical fish retailers carry Bettas, and they can tell you how to feed and care for them. To see what a Betta can look like, click on the RELATED LINKS below.