What Fish Share a Tank with Siamese Fighting Fish?

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The other name for the Siamese fighting fish is betta fish. You cannot keep any other type of the betta fish in the aquarium where the betta fish is. You should not also keep two male betta fish in the same aquarium not unless they are separated by a barrier.
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A Betta needs to have its water at around 78F to 80F. It should also be fed at least twice daily as much as it can eat in 15 minutes. Every tank needs a permanently running cycled
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n. A small, often brightly colored, aggressive freshwater fish (Betta splendens) native to Malaysia and Thailand that has large fins and tail and is popular in home aquariums.
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Siamese Fighting Fish is a name that is often used to refer to Betta fish in general. However the name is specific to the species Betta Splendens, which is the species most often
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Choose the proper home for your betta, a betta should never be housed in anything under 1 gallon, preferably 2.5 gallons. Setup the bowl/tank with gravel (rinse it first), add a java
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