Boy bettas have really big fins and are very colorful, and girl bettas are pretty much the opposite!
They can't get along with any fish except for a fish twice as big as the bettas
the boy bettas have big colorful fins, and the girls have small but still kind of colorful fins.
All fish like big tanks. Bettas are no exception.
Bettas are great.
I knoww!!! My bettas tummy is really big, like you can see it and its like mungo! im scared for him! good question, sorry no answer,
If the parrot fish is aggressive or big enough to swallow it whole.
They should be able to it actually might be to big. i don't know for sure because i stay away from the goldfish and bettas as much as possible.
No, not at all.
Bettas originate from Southeast Asia.
bettas need little space to live. they do not like big spaces.
No. Bettas (especially males) are solitary, and do not live with other bettas. MAle bettas will attempt to kill other fish they see, including bettas.
Male bettas should be kept alone. Female bettas can sometimes be kept with other fish, but in a large community tank. Bettas need their space!
bettas are very territorial fish, the males fight for their territiory.
Bettas swim at the top of the bowl because they are hungry. Bettas are hungry fish
the same as all the other bettas
They don't grow extremely big, but they aren't very small, either. Typically, bettas are two to three inches.
Bettas will eat baby guppys as will most other fish, but in general, male Bettas will only fight with other male Bettas. They do not fight with other species of fish
No. Male Bettas will kill a female if either she will not spawn with him, or if she is left in his tank after he has spawned her. Male Bettas can not be kept with other Bettas, male or female.
yes bettas have small gills because they are a fish!
NO!Placing two male bettas within one habitat is a guaranteed fight-to-the-death, no matter how big the tank.In an experiment conducted by a curious researcher, two male bettas were placed in a lake with plenty of room for both fish. Instead of separating, the two flared and began to fight vigorously. Call it male competition for the ladies, fight for survival, or flat out aggression, male bettas willfight!
I usually suggest weekly, but a big bowl might last two weeks.
Bettas are best as a solitary fish and unless you are actually a breeder, it's best not to put two bettas together regardless of being male or female.If your tank is big enough, you can have 2 bettas in the same tank provided you have an opaque tank divider so they have no way to get at or see each other