What is the diet of a Siamese Fighting fish?
It is an adaptation that they have developed to defeat other siamese fighting fish for mates and/or territory.
Siamese Fighting Fish fight because most of the fish are territorial. If another fish/Siamese Fighting Fish comes in their territory, the Siamese Fighting Fish will strike and start fighting until one surrenders, is almost dead, or is dead. This also happens when Siamese Fighting Fish are mating. Sometimes the female/male is too old or too young and if they are put together, they will start fighting. When mating, the female has to hide in plants… Read More
Yes. A Siamese Fighting Fish is one of many , many different types of bettas.
Siamese fighting fish can live up to 4 years if you care for them carefully.
They can't because , Siamese fighting fish are very territorial & will fight . Obviously they're named fighting fish for a reason (: . Your welcome ...
Yes, it is another name for a Siamese fighting fish. I like them as they are very easy to care for.
Myron Gordon has written: 'Siamese fighting fish' -- subject(s): Siamese fighting fish
deffo salt watercoz i have a tank full of siamese fighting fish and i keep them in saltwater
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.
Yes, the term Betta and Siamese fighting fish are both names for Betta splendens, the same species of fish.
no. i tried that and they died. but you can feed your saltwater fish Siamese fighting fish. but this is not economic as they cost 4-5 dollars per fish.
They are called Siamese fighting fish. They are 'sub-tropical fish- so you can have them in a bowl at room temprature and you can have them in a warm aquarium , they are very versatile!
Yes. The Betta splendens (scientific name) known also by its common names Siamese Fighting-Fish and the Siamese Fighter.
The Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) comes from fresh waters in the rice paddies of Burma, Malaysia and Indonesia. There is no such species as an "Ocean Chinese fighting fish"
Do you mean fish fighting like dog fighting or owing Siamese fighting fish? Both are legal.
Yes, but only fish that are the same size or smaller than them. * I have seen a Siamese Fighting Fish kill a Goldfish before. R.I.P. Goldie. *
I've never heard of a Chinese fighting fish before, so you may mean a Siamese fighting fish. Another name for a Siamese fighting fish is a betta fish. Two major diseases that bettas get are Popeye and Swimbladder disease. Popeye is when a bettas eyes expand and then eventually blow up. Swimbladder disease is caused from poor diet. A bettas body expands, and may look bloated. Their scales may still out, and when this happens… Read More
NO. Goldfish are coldwater fish and the fighting fish are tropical.
Siamese fighting fish eat wrigglers also known as mosquito larvae. You can find them by looking in a puddle that has been there for a while or you can even look in a pond or a dam. If you are going to be keeping a Siamese fighting fish as a pet i suggest that you go to the nearest pet shop and they should sell fighting fish pellets or flakes.
get fish food from petco usually labeled for bettas but maybe it'll say for Siamese fighting fish it has orange flakes and dried small worms
They are called siamese fighting fish
A Siamese fighting fish is a type of betta. A siamang is a gibbon, a type of ape.
Siamese fighting fish!
Exactly as you spelled it in your question; a Betta fish is also known as a Siamese Fighting Fish. it is spelled "Betta", or its other name, "Siamese Fighting Fish." I know alot about Betta's. :D
What are the chances that a Siamese fighting fish will mistake a fan tail guppy for another Siamese fighting fish?
Fish are not stupid. There is no chance that a Betta splendens would mistake a guppy for another Betta.
yes it would not instantly but it would eventually, i had a Siamese fighting fish and didn't believe that they did actually fight i put them together and the fighting fish killed my other fish he had all white spots from where my fighting fish had bitten him don't try it.
No, they are not venomous.
No they are not.
'Japanese fighting fish' 'Chinese fighting fish' 'Siamese fighting fish' and 'Betta' are all names given to the 'Betta splendens'.
no they don't, they are freshwater fish.
That would be the Siamese Fighting Fish
The the very aggressive (toward other males of the same species) fish is found in the wild in Thailand, formerly known as Siam. Hence the name SIAMese Fighting Fish.
The male Betta splendens is a larger fish with much larger flowing fins than the female. You mean Siamese fighting fish? The males are long finned and brightly colored.
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Walt Maurus has written: 'A complete introduction to bettas' -- subject(s): Betta, Siamese fighting fish 'Bettas' -- subject(s): Betta, Siamese fighting fish
A Siamese fighting fish/betta? Yes! They cannot survive in salt water.
The Beta Splendens is native to Southeast Asia, thus the name Siamese Fighting Fish.
Angelfish will likely pick and nip at fighting fish if put in the same aquarium.
When it is floating not swimming.
Beautiful Warrior ( Fighter )
it stops swimming
No it kind of tickles
Only a couple of years.
no they are strictly fresh water fish.
Siamese fighting fish do sleep. They are the same as all fish. When fish sleep they don't close their eyes because they don't need eye lids to protect their eyes, instead they just rest on the bottom of the aquarium with their eyes open.
Betta fish can refer to any member of the genus Betta, which has numerous species, all native to swamps of Southeast Asia. The Siamese fighting fish is only one specific species, B. splendens.
Male Siamese Fighting Fish are bigger than females. While females have dull colors and short fins, males have vibrant colors and long, flowing fins.