Can male Betta fish kill?
if you mean another betta yes. If you mean you, well I guess they could bite you but I have been researching bettas for almost 3 years and Ive never heard of it
yes betta fish have to live alone or one will kill the other.
The male fish will take care of the young, once the female lays the eggs then remove the female from the tank or the male betta will injure or kill her. Can a male betta fish get pregnant ? The answer is no.
Male betta Fish are the aggressive ones. Although it is nearly impossible to find out the difference between female and male betta Fish. If you put in another fish in a male betta Fish tank, the betta Fish will most likely kill the other fish. Unless the fish is female.
well,usally the male kills the female after mating but if the female is strong enough she will kill the male
no it will kill another male for domanancy Yes, the male will most likely kill the female. This is not always true, though. When mating they will be vicous (in most cases) but not kill each other. Any other time it is not ideal to stick a male and female betta together. -Raz
No. The male will kill them.
The male will either mate with the female or kill her if she is not ready to mate. Male Betta splendens will not live peacefully with any other fish of the same species. So the answer is no.
The Betta fish want to kill eachother. That's what all Betta fish want to do, that's a natural thing.
She may not eat the male, but if the male is sick or weak, she may kill him. It's best not to have a single male with a single female unless you are breeding fish
Yes, they can. It usually happens when the male is guarding the eggs and the female tries to eat them. The male will fight and kill anyone who harms the eggs- even their own mother.
A male Betta will only fight with another male betta. They will not fight with any other species of fish. They damage one another by colliding (head butting) and biting/ripping.
Male Betta's are solitary. They cannot be placed with other fish. That's why they are known a Japanese fighting fish. They will kill other fish for territory.
No. A male Betta will either spawn the female, and then kill her if she is not removed, or if she will/can not breed with him for some reason, he will kill her anyway. The rule for Bettas is a male can not be kept permanently with any other Betta. They are OK with all other species of fish.
a male Betta will usually like the company of other fish but will fight or kill others of their kind also they might fight guppies cause they look similar to a female Betta.
it could be for territorial reasons.
Male beta fish are known to kill each other if they are in the same tank. You could try putting it in with a female, but not with another male. My advice is don't kill your fish!!!
In the wild, they do eat smaller fish. Males eat their babies
Male Bettas can live with female Betta fish except when they have laid eggs. Male Betta fish should not be placed in the same aquarium as another male Betta.
no, they will kill each other
No, because they are fighting fish and one of them will kill the other.
No. Bettas are harmless. A male Betta will only fight with another male Betta. They are peacefull fish and usually slow moving. They tend to be picked on and fin nipped in community aquaria because they are so slow moving most of the time.
The axolotl would probably rip bits off the Betta and kill it. Male Bettas are quiet peacefull fish and they will only fight with another male Betta.
Probably not. The female is more streamlined and designed for a fast get away. She usually has to flee from any marauding male who may decide to 'have' her and/or kill her.
No! They will fight and one will kill the other.
If you mean Betta, She won't get the chance to. The male will chase her away and kill her if she is not removed from the tank.
The male will attempt to spawn with her. If successful he will kill her when spawning has been completed if she is not removed. If she does not show willing to spawn he will kill her anyway. A male Betta will not tolerate another Betta of either sex living in its immediate vicinity.
They are one and the same. The Betta splendens is commonly called Fighting fish, Chinese fighting fish, Siamese fighting fish, Malaysian fighting fish and just Betta. Two males will fight to the death and a male will kill a female if she is not prepared to spawn with him. He will also kill the female after she has spawned. So the rule is only one Betta splendens to a tank.
You can not keep Betta splendens males together without them trying to kill one another. You can only keep a male and female Betta s. together while they are courting and spawning. Afterwards he will kill her if she is not removed. You can keep male or female Bettas with most other species of fish with no problems.
Yes, any fish smaller than it. Do not put it in a tank with tropical or saltwater fish because its not certain if it will attack, or even kill itself. Every betta fish is different, so I wouldn't take the chance. If you mix it with another male fish, they will attack each other to death. If you mix it with a female fish, they will mate.
Normally the male betta fish has much longer flowing fins than the female.
A second betta fish.
Male and female betta fish should not be kept in a tank together unless the tank is large enough for a female to escape attack, there is a partition or they are breeding. Males will kill the females. They are very aggressive and are not schooling fish.
Yes. Betta Fish do change their coloer every now and then. Or if you have a male, he will change his coloer if hes chaseing a female Betta Fish. Or if he sees another male Betta Fish.
i have a fantailed goldfish and a male beta fish in the same tank. and not yet has the beta killed the goldfish.
It is courtship but be careful during the mating the male will kill the female then the male will make a bubble nest. When the babies hatch be shure to separate the babies or they will eat each other hope this helps
Some male betta fish are not as aggressive as others.
Kissing in male betta fish is a display of agression. It is a form of fighting.
a Betta fish if its a male will usually be OK with other fish but not with another male Betta fish but you can have 2 females with 1 male females will be OK with other fish and any other females hope this helped
She breeds with a male Betta Fish.
No. Male bettas can be kept in community aquariums, but should not be kept with fish that look anything like they do, or are small enough to eat. A male betta will mistake a guppy for another betta and kill it. Female bettas, however, can be kept with other "betta-like" fish without a problem.
Male betta fish are really colorful and generally larger. Female betta fish are clear colored and small. Male betta fish are probably the easiest to find as well.
The female will do something with her fins and let the male know but when they do mat you have to be right there when it does because the male will kill the female but not the eggs. when the eggs hatch you have to take the male out or he will kill the baby's.
never put a male betta in with any other fish, he will kill them. females are much friendlyer than males but if a gold fish starts nipping at her fins remove her . she wil fight back and most likely kill them or injur them badly.
A male Betta will attempt to kill any other Betta in its immediate vicinity. An adult female Betta would be courted and if she responds and breeds with him he will not kill her until after she has spawned. She should be removed from the breeding tank immediately after spawning has ceased.
why would you want to kill a betta D:
Actually,yes,they can.You can keep one male and one female Betta together,but ONLY that pair,and if you put more in,they will become very agressive,resulting in fighting to badly injure other fish,or killing them.Before you put in a male and female Betta together,make sure you put one in a clear glass jar (I say put the male in the jar) and leave the other Betta in the fish bowl.Put the jar against the fish bowl and let… Read More
A male betta fish will flare to show off his brightly colored fins to a female. This can cause her to have an interest in him.
Because they'll kill each other.
No they would kill each other in less than a minute
To get her to mate.