I assume you mean the 'Siamese fighting fish' (Betta splendens) they prefer to be kept at around 75F under normal conditions and 80F when breeding.
they will do their best in room temperature water
These are tropical fish that like their water warm. Betta are best kept at 26 to 28 degrees Celsius.
Fish are the same temperature as the water they are in.
78-80 degrees they are tropical fish
No cold water can not kill fighting!
I think the fish you are asking about is the Siamese Fighting fish AKA (Betta splendens). They are tropical fresh water fish.
A Siamese fighting fish/betta? Yes! They cannot survive in salt water.
Bettas (Siamese fighting fish) actually do need a heater unless they are in a location that allows the water temperature to reach 78F to 80F and remain at that temperature. If that temperature is consistent, then you could consider some tetras, ghost shrimp, or even some rasboras provided you have enough space.
No, you cannot use bottle water for your fighting fish....it has to be drinking water, but not out of a water bottle, due to the additives and the filthering process.
no they are strictly fresh water fish.
no. they are tropical fish.
A safe temperature for tropical fresh water fish is 20-35 degrees
Fish are ectotherms, meaning their internal temperature depends on the temperature of the environment.
No; clownfish are marine (saltwater) whereas fighting fish/betta's are freshwater fish. They cannot be placed into the same type of water or aquarium.
deffo salt watercoz i have a tank full of siamese fighting fish and i keep them in saltwater
Yes. Depending on the fish, but all fish can freeze if the temperature of the water reaches a certain temperature.
Fighting fish will fight and KILL non-fighting fish.
Majority of fish in fish stores are warm water fish and as long as the water does not exceed the fish's range of suitable temperature.
i think that the body temperature for a fish is usually the same as the ambient temperature of the water in which it naturally lives.
Goldfish can live in tap water and so can Chinese fighting fish!<3 :) :D
No, fighting fish (Bettas) are only interested in fighting with other fighting fish.
Technically fighting fish (betta) are tropical fish, but they are highly tolerant of lower temperatures down to about 67F. They are much happier if the temperature is 70F-80F, and lower temperatures can lead to fungal infections.
no non of the fighting fish can or they will sadly dieand can die really easly from other things like over feeding, not putting in any conditioner and also scaring your fighting fish.
Answer Siamese Fighting Fish I have 2 fighting fish myself. I believe that Siamese fighting fish prefer a dim light to being in bright light for example, or direct sunlight. Although they do prefer warm water, the lighting I think is preferred dark.
the three most common fresh water is guppy or million fish, goldfish, and betta or Siamese fighting fish.