• Why is my betta is not eating?

    I feed it national geographic betta pellets (from petsmart) mostly and sometimes goldfish flakes. I never see it eating after I put the food in.
    I feed it national geographic betta pellets (from petsmart) mostly and sometimes goldfish flakes. I never see it eating after I put the food in.
    6 answers · 16 hours ago
  • What is your favourite food? Fish?

    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is my goldfish secretly a wizard that will wipe out planet earth?

    I’m just super suspicious
    I’m just super suspicious
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Best Guppy Fry Control Fish?

    I have a 50 Gallon aquarium that is in the making of being a community tank. Anyway, now the guppies are doing what they do best, breeding. They are quickly taking over my tank. I would like to find a fish that would control the fry populations, but not harass the adults, and is preferably community safe.
    I have a 50 Gallon aquarium that is in the making of being a community tank. Anyway, now the guppies are doing what they do best, breeding. They are quickly taking over my tank. I would like to find a fish that would control the fry populations, but not harass the adults, and is preferably community safe.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is bad about guppies?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can we make fish abuse a thing ?

    Best answer: you would need to call/email your senator or protest some other way. Yes they would need to set a standard and figure out how to regulate it. And they should!
    Best answer: you would need to call/email your senator or protest some other way. Yes they would need to set a standard and figure out how to regulate it. And they should!
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why don’t fish drown?

    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I add in a beta fish in with two guppies, a snail and one African dwarf frog?

    Best answer: If you have a ten gallon tank or larger, Many betta fish will do well with tank mates. But guppies are not a good choice. Guppies are fin nippy, and bettas have vulnerable fins. Also, fany tailed guppies can look a littlle to much like rival bettas and fighting and stress may happen. african dwarf frogs are... show more
    Best answer: If you have a ten gallon tank or larger, Many betta fish will do well with tank mates.
    But guppies are not a good choice.
    Guppies are fin nippy, and bettas have vulnerable fins. Also, fany tailed guppies can look a littlle to much like rival bettas and fighting and stress may happen.

    african dwarf frogs are social and you need to keep at least 3. You can keep 3 ADFs and a betta in a 10 gallon, Thogh you are likely to have to hand/spot feed the frogs every day.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is my betta fish suddenly being mean to tank mate after nine months of being peacefull?

    My female Betta has a Cory car fish tank mate and have lived peacefully together for a long time. About a month ago I moved them into an even bigger tank (3gall) and I noticed she is bulling and harassing the cory. She chases him and nips him, I am thinking about putting a tank divider in, is there anything else I... show more
    My female Betta has a Cory car fish tank mate and have lived peacefully together for a long time. About a month ago I moved them into an even bigger tank (3gall) and I noticed she is bulling and harassing the cory. She chases him and nips him, I am thinking about putting a tank divider in, is there anything else I could do? Why is she acting so mean out of nowhere? Thanks!
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Hi I have a dormant 10 gallon tank. I was wondering a good fish for it. I was thinking bettas but I want multiple. Can female be together?

    Best answer: Female Bettas can be together, but they need large groups and enough territory to go around, which would really need a 20 gallon or larger. Male Bettas will attack other males and can't be kept in mixed sex groups long term. Besides, Bettas are tropical fish that need a temperature between 78-82... show more
    Best answer: Female Bettas can be together, but they need large groups and enough territory to go around, which would really need a 20 gallon or larger. Male Bettas will attack other males and can't be kept in mixed sex groups long term. Besides, Bettas are tropical fish that need a temperature between 78-82 degrees.

    Cichlids are generally all tropical as well. Even Dwarf Cichlids require a 30 gallon or larger tank, and most African Cichilds need a 55 gallon or larger tank. An exception to needing larger tank sizes are the Shell Dwelling Cichlids. You should be able to fit a pair of Brevis Shelldwellers or a group of Multifasciatus Shell Dwellers okay in the 10 gallon, but you would need to choose 1 species and they would need to be the only type of fish in the tank. They also have exacting requirements: shells such as escargot shells to live in, aragonite sand, a high pH and hardness level, etc.

    If you are attracted to female Bettas, you might look into Peacock Gudgeons. These guys look similar enough to female Bettas that a female Betta will attack them thinking they are another female. They are bright, colorful little things that hang out in the bottom of the tank among rock caves. You could keep a male and a couple females together comfortably in a 10 gallon. The only thing with these guys is that they require a staple diet of live or frozen foods such as glass worms, brine shrimp, and daphnia. They would be compatible with a relative of the Betta, the Sparkling Gourami, which has some of the body shape similar to Bettas and have some of their delicate beauty. Sparkling Gourami actually need groups of at least 3 of their own kind, and will guard tiny territories at the top of the tank among floating plants. Like with Bettas, males will build bubble nests and guard their young. But Sparkling Gourami are much more peaceful. A trio of each species would be about full stocking for your 10 gallon. The only thing with this is that both Peacock Gudgeons and Sparkling Gourami are tropical, so you would need a heater.

    For cold water fish, White Cloud Mountain Minnows are an option for a 10 gallon. They need 6 of their own kind, and 6 would fully stock the tank. If you look around you should be able to find long fin varieties. These are fairly hardy fish, too.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • What two betta fish colors can i breed to get a Nemo koi?

    Best answer: It doesnt work that way. The koi betta was an odball variant. the breeders breed 2,00 fish and one was technically misscoled. the took the misscoled fish and breed him and hoped that at leas 2 of its 2,000 children would have the same discoloration, and in this case they did, or we wouldnt have koi betttas today. ... show more
    Best answer: It doesnt work that way.
    The koi betta was an odball variant. the breeders breed 2,00 fish and one was technically misscoled. the took the misscoled fish and breed him and hoped that at leas 2 of its 2,000 children would have the same discoloration, and in this case they did, or we wouldnt have koi betttas today. If you are planning to try this, I hope you plan on what you will do with the hundreds of fry.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • How long am I supposed to change the water for my goldfish tank and if I do a water change, what kind of water do I use?

    Do I use drinking water, or do I have to put water conditioner for tap water.. Is that the only step and I'm done. Just condition the water and put it with the fish? I feel like I'm doing something wrong.
    Do I use drinking water, or do I have to put water conditioner for tap water.. Is that the only step and I'm done. Just condition the water and put it with the fish? I feel like I'm doing something wrong.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What type of single fish can I put in a 25 gallon fish?

    Best answer: There is no big fish that can live well, look its best, or behave normally in a small tank.
    Sure you can stick a baby fish in there, but as it grows it will progressively do worse.


    "Pacu or an Oscar" ha ha, nope.
    Best answer: There is no big fish that can live well, look its best, or behave normally in a small tank.
    Sure you can stick a baby fish in there, but as it grows it will progressively do worse.


    "Pacu or an Oscar" ha ha, nope.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are the easiest fish to have & take care of?

    Best answer: probably goldfish. they can put up with a lot.
    Best answer: probably goldfish. they can put up with a lot.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Jar Jar Binks?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago