Betta Fish Tail Types - Which Betta Fish Type Do You Have? | Animal Bliss

Betta Fish Tail Types - Which Betta Fish Type Do You Have

Betta Fish Tail Types - Which Betta Fish Type Do You Have? | Animal Bliss

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Grow a Bond With Your Betta Fish

Did you know you could get toys for your betta fish? Find out the top ten toys and never have a bored Betta fish again!

Did you know you could get toys for your betta fish? Find out the top ten toys and never have a bored Betta fish again!

Betta Fish Anatomy. Take a closer look at these beautiful fish and see how amzing they really are! Fantastic Betta fish anatomy diagram with more details in the blog post.

Betta Fish Anatomy. Take a closer look at these beautiful fish and see how amzing they really are! Fantastic Betta fish anatomy diagram with more details in the blog post.

Bettas are beautiful but did you know they're happier in a small aquarium (they make 2.5 gallon ones!) with a heater...in that environment they're active and happy, not slumped and sad like in tiny containers.

Bettas are beautiful but did you know they're happier in a small aquarium (they make 2.5 gallon ones!) with a heater...in that environment they're active and happy, not slumped and sad like in tiny containers.

Learn which fish and other creatures get along with these feisty betta fish!  www.bettafishy.com

Learn which fish and other creatures get along with these feisty betta fish! www.bettafishy.com

Rosetail Betta: Rosetail and Feathertail is an extreme Halfmoon with excessive branching of the rays giving the tail a "ruffled" edge. It has so much finnage that it overlaps like a rose. These fish are hard to breed on as the excessive mutations that cause the branching can lead to other mutations such as poor scales and short ventral fins. Can be seen in longfin and shortfin. http://betta-plakat.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html

Rosetail Betta: Rosetail and Feathertail is an extreme Halfmoon with excessive branching of the rays giving the tail a "ruffled" edge. It has so much finnage that it overlaps like a rose. These fish are hard to breed on as the excessive mutations that cause the branching can lead to other mutations such as poor scales and short ventral fins. Can be seen in longfin and shortfin. http://betta-plakat.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html

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