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Why do female betas make bubble nests?


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Female Betta fish do not make bubble nests.

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No, only the male takes part in building a bubble nest.


They do not make bubble nests but are capable of making bubbles as are all Anabantids.


Yes! Betta fish males can make bubble nests whether or not a female betta is present! Male bettas make nests when their home are in proper conditions and they are ready to breed.


Male beta fish are very territorial. Two male beta fish cannot live in the same tank or they will fight. Male betas make bubble nests to mark their territory.



It's a mating habit. Males make bubble nests to shelter eggs. If there is no female present, it indicates that he's ready for one.


No, the male betta makes the bubble nest the female gives the eggs.


Goldfish do not build bubble nests for their eggs/fry. Instead they go to the surface to breadth because the oxygen quality in the water is poor and accidentally make bubbles.yes alot of fish do


Only male Betta fish make bubble nests! they make these for the females, who will lay her eggs in it!


AnswerIf your fish makes bubbles at the top it may be making a bubble nest.Many fish make bubble nests to protect their eggs.When female fish give birth the male fish will put the eggs into the bubble nest.You can tell if its a bubble nest if its thick and is together in one area or stuck together.If it turns out to be a bubble nest then its perfectly fine. It may also be lack of air


that is how they build their nests for their eggs to hatch


Yes, both male and female mice create nests. They create them for their babies if their a female or to become warm if their a male. Or sometimes females create a nest if one of her female friends are pregnant.


when a female is ready to mate you will see a white spot by her vent. when a male is ready to mate he will make a bubble nest. the bubble nest will be at least 5 to 6 cm. long. you have to put the betas together the male will squeeze the female until all the eggs come out. then remove the female. the male will protect the egg's .in two days the eggs will hatch. in three month's you have to remove the male or he will eat them on accident


Only the female will build a "nest" when she is about to give birth.


Well you really have to do nothing at all! When a Bettas (Siamese fighting fish) make bubble nests either means its happy or its ready to breed yet when its making bubble nests to breed it just indicates your taking good care of your Betts and so just keep like that good care so it'll always be happy!


Male Betta fish make bubble nests when they are happy ^^ I have only had male Betta fish and after a day or two of playing with them and feeding them or even just talking to them they make their nests to show you that you made them happy.


Yes bats do make nests


The male will make a bubble nest when the female is about to lay her eggs.


Wombats do not make nests; they did burrows for shelter.


Not exactly, many hamsters make nests just to feel at home, i have a hamster, and my friend has 2 more, and they all make nests even though they aren't pregnant.


Bumble bees make underground nests.


Guinea pigs don't make nests


tree kangaroose make there nests make there nests on the ground


Yes you can as long as you have a tank divider that separates the male from the females and the tank is big enough. Make sure they have plenty of space to swim freely in the tank and do not add more than 1 male as they will fight to the bitter end but with females it doesn't normally happen. They do make bubble nests for the young so make sure there is so sort of plant matting or a floating plant for they to make these nests on.


animals make nests to keep themselves warm and their young. some animals attract mates with their nests to.



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