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This is my 10 gallon aquarium which uses the Penn-Plax Betta Condo. I keep 2 bettas inside the condo, and let 1 roam freely in the fish tank. I use white sand as ...
xPenn-Plax Condo Betta Aquarium fish tank POND, 4 Betas, Ships Free, NEW
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Fighting Betta Fish – Ways to Avoid a Fight
If you absolutely must keep several betta fish together, or other sea creatures that may antagonize your betta, make sure to find a way to separate them. If your tank is large enough, you can purchase or create a “fish condo”. These are plastic containers with air holes that allow all the tank water to flow through, thereby ensuring enough oxygen and clean water for your betta, while separating the betta from the other fish. It’s also wise to place some plants or other visual blockades so your male bettas cannot see each other. Fish Hotel Aquarium Condo w/ Square Glass Bowl & Plastic Frame Goldfish Betta | eBay
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Some people keep several male bettas in a smaller tank, separating them in their own enclosures, also known as betta fish condos. These are small see-through plastic cages that keep the fish separated while allowing them to see each other. While preventing actual fights and injuries from happening, the fish may still be stressed out from the presence of a competitor in their territory, so this is not a recommended setting for any long period of time. Also, most of these "betta condos" are just too small for a fish to spend his life in. These fish may survive but the low quality of life will take its toll eventually. Many betta owners see this arrangement as nothing but cruel. Guys, if you haven’t been introduced yet… this is Don Pedro. My very tiny, undersized, hates to eat, betta fish with a death wish. And this is his new condo. I had my betta in a vase and although he seemed happy I wanted him to be more comfortable. Since getting the "fish condo" it is a pleasure to see him exploring and looking through each window for me. This was a really good idea and I'm glad I got it. Hopefully he continues to be happy and live a long life.The thing I love the most about owning betta fish is the great selection of custom betta fish tanks that you can get nowadays. No matter what your personal style is, you will find something that suits you. Have a look at the one above for example. It’s the Fish Hotel Aquarium Bowl. I’m a huge fan of this one because of its “mini-condo” look.Made of high-quality material. Comes with 2 sets of partitions. Safe and holds up to 4 siamese fighting fish. Features a removable top lid. Perfect way to display your fish. Safely hold up to four betta fish in the Penn Plax Betta Condo Aquarium Accessory. This aquarium is partitioned to separate bettas so they won't fight, but allows full 360-degree display…of Betta fish. Set up multiple Betta Condos for each of your Bettas for a spectacular, graphic presentation.1-gallon acrylic Zoo Med Betta Condo measures 9" x 5" x 5-7/8" high and features an 2-3/4" x 4-1/4" opening. Includes: Zoo Med's Guide to Bettas Booklet plus Betta