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What does a blue female betta fish look like?


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2013-03-04 21:49:18
2013-03-04 21:49:18

This is a female Betta fish.


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yes but do not pick fish that are soooo small like minnows because your betta will EAT HIM UP!

No, unless their lesbian.

Yes the female are kindda lazy but the males are very active so if you like active fish the male betta is best for you

A male betta has a long flowing tail while a female has a short tail

if female beta fish are put together they would start to fight like the males.

A female Betta has shorter fins and a little duller in color than a male. They might also be smaller than males.

it looks like they have a big bubble in their side

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.

No, Betta fish like clean, but not sterile water like all fish.

Almost any kind of fish can live with a female betta, as long as they are close in size. Female bettas are not aggressive like males, so you should be able to put a few in the same tank without a problem

Betta fish like room temperature- not cold and not hot.

a female Betta is always pregnant!! But u will start to notice vertical lines on its body like this!!!!!!!!!! not like this ---------. if they are horizontal then your fish is stressed out

They look just like Big betta fish, but smaller.

If you have a betta fish food, and have a picture on it, it's probabily male fish. They are prettier and have longer finns. (Kinda like gold fish with long finns exept different color) The female bettas has shorter finns and are uglier, and I don't know why...Well.. male beta fish are more colorful like red and blue.And female beta fish are more whitish pink maybe with a few black spotsall i can say is male betas are colorful and females are more dull

Always keep betta fish in a separate tank,female bettas and male bettas will fight just like male bettas. Keep a group of 4 to 5 betta then they probably won't fight

you cant put men betta fish with another betta fish cause they will fight till they die so no mabe girl betta fish if they like the men betta fish put not men betta fish only girl good luck

Betta fish primarily cant live wioth other fish because the betta fish will kill the other fish. The only fish that a betta fish can live with is a non-colorful fish like tetras. Contact your petstore before you put another fish in with your betta fish.

Yes, but only one type of betta fish, which is the Plakat betta fish. Its not very common(rarely ever)but it is possible to turn out so. it could get short fins through being in a fight with another fish aswell but most people wouldn't like that

Betta fish enjoy swimming around their aquariums and interacting with their environment.

A betta can breed with similar species like paradise fish. The bettas most often seen in pet stores are Betta splendens. They cannot interbreed with all species of bettas, some of which belong to other genera as well.

It really depends on the Betta. Like if it's a female or male. If it's a male, you could try snails or an african dwarf frog. But if it's a female Betta you have a little more variety like a second female Betta or a few neon tetras. Also though, the tank isn't really suitable for holding many fish considering it's size so be wary of your choices.

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.

Usually, they won't have big beautiful tails. They have smaller bodies in general also.

Betta fish are usually multiple colors like turquoise on the tail fin and blue on the body and purple on the top fin. They can be one color like red and light red and dark red.

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