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Answered 2008-05-19 22:14:38

he is unaware that you just let a another fish in and wants to attack her for his territory,but if he starts making a bubble nest that means he is ready to spawn(mate) so put her in

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A male betta fish will flare to show off his brightly colored fins to a female. This can cause her to have an interest in him.

Male Betta fish will attract a female by flaring and showing off their long flowing fins.

Female Betta fish as well as males are known for flaring their gills. The reason is Betta fish are fighting fish. Bettas do this if they feel uncomfortable or feel something (another fish, human, etc.) is coming to close to their habitat. I am the owner if two bettas and although they can put on an angry face they are good pets to that that are fun and last a long time

He is probably just showing off at you and protecting his territory. It's the normal behavior of a happy betta.

Normally the male betta fish has much longer flowing fins than the female.

they flare here is a pic of a betta flaring makes them look bigger (and scarier) and they do bite

She breeds with a male Betta Fish.

The female betta fish has vagina lips on its anus.

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.

No the female betta has to have a male to have babies.

Np, but they will bite. Yes, they will fight to the death.

its a bubblenest .. its where the female bettafish keeps her eggs

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.

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.

Yes as long as its a female betta they will be fine

No. Betta fish will attack each other no matter the sex.

Gouramis and other betta fish--just not two males

(Siamese fighting fish)Female betta fish, as with the males, can be a wide range of colours, produced by selective breeding.

Your betta fish is a female if she has smaller fins than an average male.

yes, female Betta fish do flare their gills usually at a male

The Betta fish want to kill eachother. That's what all Betta fish want to do, that's a natural thing.

The male Betta fights with other male Betta and the female don't

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.

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