A betta can, and probably will, be aggressive to other fish and, yes, they can be so aggressive that they kill the other fish. If you do not have other fish with long fins or tails and fish about the same size your betta fish is less likely to attack.
yes betta fish have to live alone or one will kill the other.
Yes, Betta Fish are extremely aggressive and they will most likely kill your other fish.
Any bigger fish, more aggressive fish, no water
Np, but they will bite. Yes, they will fight to the death.
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.
Betta fish of the opposite sex will not always kill each other. It is actually an uncommon occurrence.
they dont eat other fish they just attack them to kill
why would you want to kill a betta D:
A male Betta will only fight with another male betta. They will not fight with any other species of fish. They damage one another by colliding (head butting) and biting/ripping.
yes they will eat other fish Betta fish is the most meanest fish alive.. NEVER put other fish in with betta fish it just depends what kind of fish and Never put two females or two males together they will fight and that will kill eatch other
that they r mean to other betta fish and 4 somthing that's mean a gold fish can kill it weird...
Male betta Fish are the aggressive ones. Although it is nearly impossible to find out the difference between female and male betta Fish. If you put in another fish in a male bettaFish tank, the betta Fishwill most likely kill the other fish. Unless the fish is female.
Male Betta's are solitary. They cannot be placed with other fish. That's why they are known a Japanese fighting fish. They will kill other fish for territory.
No, they can live alone or with other female bettas. They might bite each other but won't kill.
No, they are fighting fish. They will kill each other no matter what sex they are.
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, they will kill each other
no it will kill another male for domanancy Yes, the male will most likely kill the female. This is not always true, though. When mating they will be vicous (in most cases) but not kill each other. Any other time it is not ideal to stick a male and female betta together. -Raz
No, because they are fighting fish and one of them will kill the other.
no they will kill each other bettas are vicous
other Betta fish and the bigger fish.
The Betta fish want to kill eachother. That's what all Betta fish want to do, that's a natural thing.
No, you cannot put two Betta fish in the same bowl. They are dangerous to one another, and will attack each other and eventually will kill each other
Betta fish do not eat other fish.
The male will either mate with the female or kill her if she is not ready to mate. Male Betta splendens will not live peacefully with any other fish of the same species. So the answer is no.