That's perfectly normal for a betta.
Betta fish can be kept in either a tank or a bowl.
A small fish bowl should be fine for one betta fish.
If you want a fish bowl fish I recommend a betta fish but, none do.
Its obliviously dead.
the betta fish is a very beautiful fish but maybe put them in a seperate bowl for awhile.
No that means your fish is depressed or feeling sick search betta sicknesses to see if she matches the symptoms. Remember your betta must come up for air, if she doesn't that could be trouble
a betta bowl is about 12-15 inches in length and about the same in height
betta bowl. it is amazing
A normal life span for a Betta splendens is around 5 years. A Betta in a bowl will last about half that time if you are lucky. The basic rule for keeping fish successfully is 1 inch of fish needs 1 gallon of water. Although it is common practice to do so with Bettas. No fish will appreciate or enjoy being kept in a tiny container like a fish bowl.
If the fish is still getting used to it's surroundings, it might not eat. This is normal. Usually if betta fish are comfortable, they will eat as soon as they smell or see the food.
A betta fish is the only fish that can stay in a bowl :) hope I helped :)
Your betta is building a bubble nest and is ready to mate.
No and do not even attempt to breed Betta fish unless you know exactly what you are doing.
The best candidates are Betta fish and Paradise Gouramis
None. The 1 gallon bowl is already too small for the betta by itself.
It most likely means that he/she is sick because that is what happened to my betta fish. make sure you don't overfeed your betta fish because it can lead to constipation and that will cause trouble for the betta fish
get the Betta Bowl i think that's what it was called. it has a filter with it. my Betta is perfectly fine
No, you cannot put two Betta fish in the same bowl. They are dangerous to one another, and will attack each other and eventually will kill each other
Betta's are prone to jumping out of the bowl when it is filled right to the top. You betta probably jumped because it was trying to explore its surroundings, and didntr realize that outside of its bowl was not a safe area for a fish. Preventing bettas from jumping out is as simple as leaving 2-3" of the bowl unfilled in the future.
it depends on how small the bowl is betta fish usually dont grow larger then 3 or 4 inches