Betta fish tank
i have a female Siamese fighting fish in a small thank i was thinking of putting her in a 5.7...lire sapphire aquarium tank but i don't know if i should put her in it. becuase i am new at it
It's a popular misconception that keeping Siamese fighting fish in small bowls is perfectly ok for them. The truth of the matter is, just because they can breath air it doesn't mean they should be kept in a tiny container. They should be kept in aquariums not bowls, so provide her with the bigger tank. Female Siamese fighting fish can be kept together and can be kept in community aquariums with no trouble. It's just the males that wreak havoc on each other.
by Nepherka 7 years ago
Betta fish tanki have a female Siamese fighting fish in a small tank i was thinking of putting her in a 5.7 litre sapphire aquarium tank but i don't know if i should put her in it. but i am new at it
by psycheskinner 2 years ago
I fully admit to not really keeping up with the current quality standards. So I would appreciate help with getting this hub up to code.http://hubpages.com/animals/Better-Betta-Fish-Housing
by jdeschene 9 years ago
Does anyone have an experience with betta fish as pets? I'd love to get one, but I feel like I need more information. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.Thanks!
by William BettaFish 2 years ago
My Betta Fish is really sickHe lives in a one Gallon his fins look like they are frozen and tight he breathes hard and only goes up for air after that he slowly floats down and keeps going near the sponge filter and rubbing him self against it
by John Coviello 3 years ago
I just published a Hub after a long break from HubPages. For some reason, despite positive comments, feedback and even a HubScore of 80, HubPages has unfeatured it due to quality. Please critique this Hub, and let me know how to improve it, ...
by Nickny79 8 years ago
I am setting up a salt water fishtank. Any suggestions as to what my first fish should be?
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