Betta fish bowl small
Bettas are known for their jewel-bright colors and spectacular fins and come in a wide variety of morphs. They have been referred to as Siamese fighting fish due to the male betta's extreme aggressiveness toward other bettas.
|Average Adult Size||2 1/2 inches long, not including tail|
|Average Life Span||up to 3 years with proper care|
|Minimum Aquarium Size||1/4+ gallons|
|Water Temperature:||72-82°F / 22 to 27°C|
A well-balanced Betta diet consists of:
- A variety of flakes, pellets, freeze-dried bloodworms and frozen food to ensure complete nutrition.
Things to remember when feeding your Betta:
- Feed sparingly and no more than fish can eat in 1 to 2 minutes; overfeeding can quickly foul the water, especially in smaller, unfiltered aquariums.
- Thaw frozen foods before feeding.
- Baby bettas require a smaller pellet or finely crushed flake food when when feeding.
- Keep in an appropriately sized aquarium. Bettas must be able to breathe from the surface of the water. They prefer water with little or no current.
- Male bettas are kept individually and do best in habitats of one liter (approximately a quarter of a gallon) or larger. Male bettas can live successfully in a community tank that does not have aggressive fish (such as tiger barbs) or fish that bettas may become aggressive toward (such as fancy guppies). Female bettas may be housed with other community fish or other female bettas.
- Stable water quality and parameters are critical to the health of aquatic life.
- Weekly: check water quality at least once a week. Do a 50% water change for small habitats (less than 2 gallons) once a week. In larger aquariums, change 10 to 25% of the total volume of water every 2 to 4 weeks, or more often as needed.
This product includes:
1. One Betta fish
2. small glass bowl with stones
3. few plants
4. Fish food which will last for few months.