Do Betta Fish Need a Heater?

Do Betta Fish Need a Heater?
Betta fish is a wonderful and fantastic pet to keep at home. These beautiful creatures can live up to 3 years old and up to 3 inches in length. They are not aggressive, and for this reason, they have been the number one choice for beginner aquarists as they are…

Why do Betta Fish Make Bubbles at Water Surface?

Why do Betta Fish Make Bubbles at Water Surface?
Have you experienced bubble clusters on the water surface in your aquarium tank? Many aquarists wonder if their betta is still okay when there are bubbles on their fish tank water. These are clusters, and they are entirely normal among betta fish. The bubbles are also a sign that the…

White Spots on Betta Fish – How to Treat Ich Disease?

White Spots on Betta Fish – How to Treat Ich Disease?
Ich or Ick is one of the most common betta fish diseases, although it is preventable and treatable. It is caused by an external water based parasite that causes malaise, itchiness, and irritation after latching onto the body of a betta fish. Ich is caused by the parasite ciliate protozoan…

Why did my Betta Fish Die?

Why did my Betta Fish Die?
Betta fish, also known as, the Siamese fighting fish, is a popular fish in the aquarium trade. It has a life span of approximately three to five years. The Betta fish is very territorial and it can live alone comfortably however, it does not mind living with other tank mates.…

Betta Fish Lifespan in Aquarium – How Long do Bettas Live For?

Betta Fish Lifespan in Aquarium – How Long do Bettas Live For?
Betta Fish are among the freshwater fish you will find in most home aquarium tanks and they are a perfect choice for beginner aquarists. The fish are in various species and the main difference between them is the colors and tail shapes – the commonest are Veiltail Betta and Crowntail…

Why is my Betta Fish Turning White?

Why is my Betta Fish Turning White?
Betta Fish are known to be hard and easier to care for fish. However, that does not mean that diseases cannot affect them. If you found your Betta Fish turning white, then there is a high chance of fungal infections. All aquarium fish are more susceptible to fungal infections and…