This is a blog dedicated to Betta fish and Aquariums
Betta fish, also called Siamese fighting fish, are small, colorful fish that are native to Southeast Asia.
In Thailand, the locals call these little creatures “pla kat,” which translates to “fighting fish”, and it couldn’t be a more appropriate name.
Male bettas are known as fighters, aggressively flaring their gill covers and nipping at the fins of other males (or even females) who get too close.
Bettas are famous for their dramatic, flowing fins that come in a variety of vibrant colors.
We are trying to publish articles packed with info and practical advice to help your journey into the fascinating world of fish keeping.
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The King Betta and Giant Betta are two popular types of plakat, or fighting fish. Both are related to the … Read more
Betta fish have a short lifespan of around 2 – 5 years. However, they may reach their teens if they’re … Read more
Yes, betta fish (whether Betta splendens or another species of Betta) need to sleep. Almost all animal life forms require … Read more
There are few things as heartrending as discovering that your beloved betta is ill. These hardy little fish don’t get … Read more
Betta fish need a clean aquarium, places to explore, and daily feeding. Generally speaking, it’s fairly easy to maintain those … Read more
Bettas have unusual feeding techniques, and may leave you wondering, do betta fish have teeth? Let’s find out together. Do … Read more