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Live plants are great because there are so many benefits in having them in your betta fish tank.
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Live plants allow different species startled by larger or aggressive tank mates to hide, or to evade the over eager potential breeding partner with some of the more aggressive species. With shoaling fish, plants give the group the currents and eddies they instinctively seek out in the wild.
Learn how to set up a fish tank with live aquarium plants from aquarium expert Joseph Caparatta in this Howcast video.
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In the end, there are many more live plants that work well in betta fish tanks. I hope you have an idea of what live plants work well in a betta fish tank. These are some of the best, but you will notice that each type has both benefits and drawbacks – regardless of what kind you choose. The most important thing is that your betta fish isn’t picky! So long as you put something in there your betta fish will love you back! 🙂 Can you keep live plants with goldfish? Will they all get eaten? What kind of live plants are suitable for a goldfish tank?
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Photo provided by FlickrJun 16, 2013 - We will go through what live plants you should put in your betta fish tank
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An aquarium is a really cool thing to have and betta fish even more so, but you can’t have just fish in there. Your betta fish tank needs some plants to liven it up, make it look pretty, and give your betta fish some entertainment too. So, what are the best live plants for betta fish? Let’s get to it and talk about what we feel are the best 7 options for your betta tank.If you already have some experience with aquatic plants (for example, if you take care of a planted fish tank and have managed to keep everything alive), then you may want to consider some more advanced plants for your turtle habitat. If you're a beginner, let's look at some of the the advantages and disadvantages of keeping live plants in a turtle habitat, and then you can decide what you want to do.There are several different good reasons why you should put some live plants in your betta tank. First and foremost, some live plants just look really nice and they definitely add to the serenity of your fish tank. There are few things more satisfying in aquarium care than enjoying a well-planted tank you created yourself. Done right, live plants are beautiful additions to your tank. Just like fish they grow larger, sometimes expand to take up new territory, exchange gasses, consume food, create waste and may even procreate.Freshwater aquariums usually include plants. Most tropical fish come from river and lake environments where plants are plentiful, so it only makes sense. Whether live or artificial, plants offer a place for fish to hide and feel secure. They’ll also make your fish tank look much nicer, and can create a realistic natural habitat for the inhabitants of your aquarium.If you are an experienced aquarium hobbyist, you undoubtedly understand the importance of having a high-quality filtration system installed in your tank. Having a filter is essential for maintaining high water quality because it removes harmful substances from the tank water and helps to keep oxygen levels high for your fish. If these are the main things a filter does, however, you may be wondering if the live plants in your tank will be enough.