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Red Female Veiltail Betta is also known as a Siamese Fighting Fish. Known best for their beautiful fins and color. Bettas can breathe from their labyrinth organ which enables the fish to breathe from the surface. Minimum tank size: 1/4 gallon
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Betta fish have been kept as pets in Thailand and Malaysia since before the 19th century. The males were bred to fight each other. Naturally aggressive, pet betta fish fight longer and more ferociously than they would in the wild. LIVE BETTA FISH - magenta, pink, red male - free heat pack
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Bettas love to have places to hide, especially female bettas, so providing a few hiding spots in the aquarium will help keep your fish happy. If you want to spruce the tank up with some plants, use only live plants or plants manufactured specifically for use with bettas since hard, plastic plants may injure the betta's beautiful yet delicate fins. You can also add aquarium gravel or sand to the bottom of the tank, but it is not completely necessary. This Beautiful Male Specimen is a Green Butterfly Betta Fish. He is marbled towards the front of his body. Butterfly betta are typically a bi-coloured form in which the colour pattern of the body (which may be of any colour) partially blends into the transparent or white fins and tail. The effect is to create an oval band around the fish, which ideally is separated from the body by a narrow, white or transparent zone.BLUE RED AND BLUE BLACK FIGHTING TEST BETTA FISH

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betta fish breeding farm, betta fish kill to death, betta fish care, betta fish care tipsWhen bettas die prematurely, poor husbandry is often to blame. Male bettas are especially susceptible to poor husbandry because they are much more likely to be sold in small containers and marketed as bowl fish. Females may be marketed as typical aquarium fish. Male bettas' large, fragile fins are more likely to become infected because of unclean water or rough handling. Bettas may be exposed to illnesses at pet stores or bred by unscrupulous breeders and born with genetic defects. Popeye, a disease that causes bulging eyes, is an infection that frequently kills bettas. While bacterial infections and viruses may cause popeye, the most common cause of this dangerous illness is dirty water.Male bettas are brightly-colored fish with large fins, and many pet stores market them as fish that can live in very small enclosures. Unfortunately this can significantly reduce their life expectancy. With proper care, however, bettas can live for several years. Male and female bettas have similar lifespans.Solid-colored male bettas are just that: fish with the same color over their fins and bodies. Solid-colored male bettas range from light to dark shades, with each color including a range of hues. Cellophane fish are the palest of all solid colors, with a flesh-colored body and nearly translucent fins. The colors gradually get darker from there, with white, copper, non-red yellow, orange, red, steel blue, dark blue, turquoise, green, and black being the main color classifications. Some variations such as green, turquoise and copper display an iridescent quality when placed under a bright light.