hard to tell from the question you posted but bettas like many fish sometimes behave strangely.. as long as its eating and swimming around every now and then your probably okay... imagine your trapped in one room for 30 days... you'd get bored and act strange too..... I always advocate to let your bettas SEE you... they can be shy at 1st but they are easily trained. for example the ones I have on my desk at work would flee from me when I 1st got them... but i "trained" them..by leaving the light off most of the time... and only turning it on when its feeding time... so they quickly associated "lights on" or day with eating... and thus easily became friendly.. I can now turn the light on with no food and they still come to the front to greet me. also they seem to benefit from being able to see a silouette of the other thru the opal divider or use a mirror from time to time to let them see themselves.. they love that...
One important thing to remember... fish do sleep. bettas are no different.. the strange thing about bettas is they may sleep at the top of the water as if they were dead or they may sleep on a leaf as if they were dead or they may sleep on the bottom or even turn sideways or even upside down.. again as if they were dead ( or bored out of their minds) but I find as soon as they SEE you they spring up and greet you...hope this helps
NO!!!!! They should not eat betta fish...but if your cat has then call a vet, and don't get anymore betta Fish!
I believe you mean Betta fish. No, it should be fine. You can treat you Betta fish by giving them bloodworms!
A small fish bowl should be fine for one betta fish.
A betta fish should not be in water colder than 72F
Male Bettas can live with female Betta fish except when they have laid eggs. Male Betta fish should not be placed in the same aquarium as another male Betta.
If you want an active fish that moves around a lot then a Betta is not for you.
Well, if you love your Betta fish, then it should live by itself. But if you add another Betta to your current Betta fish's tank, then they will start a fight because Betta Fish are Siamese fighting fish and if one Betta is in contact of another Betta, the possible reason would be a fight between them two.
No, Goldfish and Betta fish cannot, and should not, be housed together.
Betta fish get in fights with fish with colorful fins and bodies. If your betta gets in a fight while your away,the weaker fish may die. But if you see your betta fight with another fish you should try to split the two fish apart [or all the fish that are fighting].
You should feed your betta 3-4 times a week.
Yes you should feed your betta fish twice a day the ammount it can eat in two minutes.
Into water, yes. Land, probably.
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you should put your betta fish in warm or room temp. water. it might be risky to put your betta in cold water!!!!
It depands what type of fish but i know that if you have a betta fish you should change it's water every 2 weeks cause if you change it every week then the betta fish will get stressed and when betta fish get stressed they die. Well i hope this anwers your question.
A betta fish tatto would be a tattoo of a betta fish.
that they r mean to other betta fish and 4 somthing that's mean a gold fish can kill it weird...
You should feed your betta fish about 6 days a week, and never too much food. An overfed betta is an unhealthy one
Betta fish - Siamese fighter fish are not salt waters fish. But there is another breed of Betta which is called a marine betta and they are salt water fish.
other Betta fish and the bigger fish.
Betta fish do not eat fish.
No betta fish are carnivores.
Betta fish are typically best as a solitary fish due to the fact that they will show aggression to another betta in the same tank
The betta fish should be in a different tank
Betta fish go "shrimp in my territory" and attack and shrimp go BOOM so that should answer your question