Recently bought a betta fish? You may get your betta fish in a cup or a plastic bag when you purchase them from a store. But a cup is too small for... Read more »
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A healthy betta is a happy betta! So how do you know a betta fish is happy and how to keep it that way? This article will help you out with that.... Read more »
Betta fish are live animals and will need food to survive. Your betta will not store the food forever inside itself. The waste product of food digestion is poop which comes out... Read more »
Algae buildup is an issue that fish keepers deal with at some point or another. A little green algae growth on rocks and driftwood isn’t a bad thing. It makes your tank... Read more »
An experienced betta fish owner can use a minimum of 2.5 gallons fish tank for a betta fish. A small container, however, is not a suitable home for a betta to live... Read more »
A regular cleaning schedule is part of owning an aquarium. In the case of betta fishes, a weekly cleaning maintenance routine is important to provide them a healthy environment where it can... Read more »
We use air pumps in the aquarium hobby to provide air movement into the water column of the fish tank. This creates bubbles from the bottom of the tank through an air... Read more »