There are many different reasons. if you are trying to breed them he is nipping her to get her attention. He might not like her. If you are not trying to breed them you should consider separating them, because if they breed the male will kill her as soon as she has the eggs. she also might kill him if he nipps her too much. Your male is most likely to be nipping because he wants to breed with her.
The male Betta fights with other male Betta and the female don't
Male betta's are more colorful then female's
yes they can have babies, and the male betta has to make the nest for the female. yes they can have babies, and the male betta has to make the nest for the female.
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.
well,usally the male kills the female after mating but if the female is strong enough she will kill the male
No the female betta has to have a male to have babies.
Female beta is a murderer.
The male betta always has longer fins. It is more colorful and prettier. The female betta is not so pretty with dull fins.
Normally the male betta fish has much longer flowing fins than the female.
From a female Betta. Then the male Betta fertilizes them when they breed together.
no the male usaly kills the feale after mating
The male fish will take care of the young, once the female lays the eggs then remove the female from the tank or the male betta will injure or kill her. Can a male betta fish get pregnant ? The answer is no.
Under normal circumstances the female Betta looks and is smaller than the male in both body and finage.
it depends i have a male with a female betta, in a 2.5 gallon tank,they get along, i wouldnt risk it, no
No because if a male betta is not atracked to the female they will try to reserve there territory
male and female have about the same lifespan
The female Betta does not fight a male, she simply gets bashed until she dies. A male Betta MUST NOT be kept with any other Bettas male or female.
Your betta fish is a female if she has smaller fins than an average male.
If they are not too old and the female is ready, then they will mate.
yes, female Betta fish do flare their gills usually at a male
the male betta is fighting the female because he doesnt like her or she is to young or old or she is not ready to have kids so therefore he wants to kill her. GET HER OUT THERE!!!!!
male betta typically have longer flowing fins and are bigger
She breeds with a male Betta Fish.
Male betta fish are really colorful and generally larger. Female betta fish are clear colored and small. Male betta fish are probably the easiest to find as well.