This is my male crowntail, Andromeda. I’ve had him since the beginning of this year and he is the best. I just recently learned that there are such things as King bettas, and I noticed he is significantly larger than other bettas I see at the pet store, or even my sisters male betta. I don’t know if he is a King or is too small for a king. I wanted a second opinion just so I could know tysm :)
I just wanted to clarify that I have all of those things. I do provide adequate care for my fish and I clean them religiously.
I didn’t say you didn’t?
Ah, so I was wondering if you might have any advice for me. I already have four fish, and they keep me occupied but not overly much. Now there are these two new fish I found that are gorgeous. The problem is I'm in college and I'll be going back in the fall. Transporting the four is already kind of a mystery so far, let alone if I buy two more. The trip is five hours away. And then I'm not sure what I'd do if the power was to go out in the winter. It's CT so it's cold. Any suggestions?
Think of it this way,
If you cannot provide adequate tank space, a filter, and a heater for each fish it probably wouldn’t be the best idea to get more, am I right? Transporting fish is a bit of a nuisance and you probably don’t want to be lugging around 6 tanks.
And as soon as the power goes out keep the tanks wrapped in blankets to keep the temperature
I love my blue butterfly betta < 3 His blue colors are slowly spreading to the white parts of his fins~
I feel weird posting someone else’s betta pics but it’s for sale so. Look at this cool betta I found while looking on aquabid