Betta Fish Blog

Do Betta Fish Sleep?

Do Betta Fish Sleep? A Closer Look At The Sleeping Habits Of These Popular Fish Not long ago, someone brought up a question about Betta Fish that I hadn't really considered before. Although it was a good question, it did make me chuckle a little bit. The person asked...

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Betta Fish Food

Your Betta fish food, at least the daily diet for your betta fish, should be either a formulated pellet or flake. Because it is possible to increase your Betta's lifespan by making sure he has a well balanced and nutritious meal every day. Finding the best betta fish...

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Betta Fish Tank

When you're creating a home for for your betta fish, a proper betta fish tank should be your number one priority. I can't stress the importance of a clean, safe and roomy betta fish tank for a happy and healthy betta fish. Due to the fact that it is such a popular...

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Female Betta Fish

There appears to be a few burning questions that fish buyers are always thinking about - is my fish a female betta fish or male betta and does it matter? Can I really put my female and male betta fish together? I had these same questions at the time I visited the pet...

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Common Betta Fish Diseases

Although betta fish are probably one of the easiest fish breeds to take care of, they are still quite sensitive to common betta fish diseases. Betta fish can have a long life span, if they are not properly fed and cared for a betta fish will become ill and quite...

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Siamese Fighting Fish

If you have ever been attracted to the engaging personality and beauty of Siamese fighting fish and think you might want to own some yourself, the following are a few basic facts about Siamese fighting fish that you might find interesting. Some of the information you...

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How Long Do Betta Fish Live?

How Long Do Betta Fish Live? In captivity, betta fish live for between two and five years. Most often, these little fish survive for about three years, but that is not a hard and fast rule. If you take good care of your betta, you may find that the fish is part of...

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