The answer, sadly, is no, the eyes will not grow back and the fish will remain blind for the rest of its life.
bettas can't get tumors because they are fish, it is probaly just plump and healthyBettas do get tumors. Its nothing to do with them being a fish at all. All living things have the ability to grow tumors.
bettas dont u sally grow more then 3 or 4 inches.
Bettas become particularly aggressive when they find other fish with large fins. This is an example of an influence in behavior. Fish can also be influenced depending on how many fish that live in the same tank. If there are little amounts of fish, they will grow quickly and large, as opposed to fish who are tightly packed in one tank, who don't grow as much and, sometimes, stuns their growth.
They don't grow extremely big, but they aren't very small, either. Typically, bettas are two to three inches.
That depends on how extensive the damage to the tail is. So I'd evaluate the situation first. Do you have your betta in a tank with other fish? If so, he needs his own home. Bettas are loners. But the short answer to your question is yes. As long as the damage does not extend all the way to the fin base, it should grow back in a couple of months. It may not grow back with any color at first, but it should reappear eventually.
yes and it might take awhile but it will grow back
Yes the tail fins will eventually grow back but they will most likely not be as good as they were
If they tail have been damages up to the body it is less common for it to grow back. If the tail is damaged only partly then yes, it will grown back but it may not be as perfect as it was before.
yea they do
probably when they grow
Provided the fish is given proper food and good conditions, yes the fins will grow back. The new fin(s) are never as perfect as the old ones. There is usually some deformity (scarring) resulting from the damage.
Yes, of course! When they lose their scales, they always grow back!
They have special enzymes that grow it back
Algae can grow back in as soon as 5 hrs.
Bettas are typically about 2 years old when you buy them at it takes that length of time to grow their flowing fins; the females may be slightly younger since they do not grow fins like a male.