Can i add a another fish to my exsiting female betta fish?
You can introduce other fish to your exsiting female Betta fish, but that requires prior research on the behavior of the specific species, for instance, males are generally territorial and should not be housed together with females.
Only female Bettas can be kept together. That too will only work if they are given reasonably roomy conditions and plenty of cover (plants) and hidey holes. Male betta fish can/ will fight to death if there is another male fish in the tank, a male will sometimes eat a female so your best bet is to have a single betta or a female and a female.
Yes male Betta fish will fight each other because they are very dominant fish, Betta's are also called Siamese fighting fish because if you put a male Betta fish in a tank with another Betta they will fight sometimes even a male and a female Betta will fight one another unless they are mating but once there babies have hatched the male will eat them unless he is moved and then he will fight the…
What does it mean when your male betta fish is building a bubble nest when there is not another fish in the tank?
Female Betta fish as well as males are known for flaring their gills. The reason is Betta fish are fighting fish. Bettas do this if they feel uncomfortable or feel something (another fish, human, etc.) is coming to close to their habitat. I am the owner if two bettas and although they can put on an angry face they are good pets to that that are fun and last a long time
Well with a male NOTHING! Well it depends on what the attitude of the male betta fish is. To be safe though do not put anthing with a male. As for a female you can put a lot of fish. Here are just a few, Guppie, another female betta (up to 3)(not male) there are a lot of others I just can't think of them right now sorry!
A male Betta fish frame is longer than a females. Female betta fish are often rounder than males. When a female is ready to breed, she will grow horizontal stripes along their abdomen. Male (and masculine female) Betta fish build bubble nests in the tank. And in Betta Splendens, male fins are longer then females. I hope I helped.😁
Well, if you love your Betta fish, then it should live by itself. But if you add another Betta to your current Betta fish's tank, then they will start a fight because Betta Fish are Siamese fighting fish and if one Betta is in contact of another Betta, the possible reason would be a fight between them two.
Listen, Betta fish aren't complicated at all. In fact, they can live up to ten seconds out of water, don't try that, but they can. But one thing they cant do, is live with another fish. Any fish at all. That is because they are carnivorious and they can't live in a tank with another fish because it will eat and/or kill it. Understand? ^This answer is only partially true.^ For the most part, Bettas…