Betta [Male] with Fancy Guppies - How To Introduce a Betta to Other Fish

Hey Guys! Hope you enjoy the video! Bettas and fancy guppies can apparently be together! Successful Betta tank mates I have had experience with: Pleco Neon Tetras Rummynose Tetras African Dwarf Frog Angel Fish Fantail Fancy Guppy Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2779675&ty=h Want to support me while also getting a Royalty Free song that you can use in your videos (providing the proper credit of course)? Here you go! - http://www.cdbaby.com/m/cd/tomflip Playlists: Wonder Trade Everyday! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLgL7j4KAUs&index=1&list=PLZmtGoYkau2jHwba6wd6xMjaJWD9eFe9Z Pokemon Soul Silver Lets Play - http://full.sc/1woCQ6W Pokemon Emerald Randomizer Nuzlocke (Completed) - http://full.sc/1wg4l0q LIVE Pokemon Shiny Catches - http://full.sc/1woCZYa Pokemon Card Pack Openings! - http://full.sc/1wg4pgV None of this could have been possible without the help of Ken! Make sure you go subscribe to him! WiltshireTutorials: http://www.youtube.com/wiltshiretutorials WiltshireGaming: http://www.youtube.com/wiltshiregaming Twitter: @FlipGamingYT Instagram: @FlipGamingYT Any good looking thumbnails were probably made by WishingTikal! http://www.youtube.com/wishingtikal

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Hey Guys! Hope you enjoy the video! Bettas and fancy guppies can apparently be together! Successful Betta tank mates I have had experience with: Pleco Neon Tetras Rummynose Tetras African Dwarf Frog Angel Fish Fantail Fancy Guppy Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2779675&ty=h Want to support me while also getting a Royalty Free song that you can use in your videos (providing the proper credit of course)? Here you go! - http://www.cdbaby.com/m/cd/tomflip Playlists: Wonder Trade Everyday! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLgL7j4KAUs&index=1&list=PLZmtGoYkau2jHwba6wd6xMjaJWD9eFe9Z Pokemon Soul Silver Lets Play - http://full.sc/1woCQ6W Pokemon Emerald Randomizer Nuzlocke (Completed) - http://full.sc/1wg4l0q LIVE Pokemon Shiny Catches - http://full.sc/1woCZYa Pokemon Card Pack Openings! - http://full.sc/1wg4pgV None of this could have been possible without the help of Ken! Make sure you go subscribe to him! WiltshireTutorials: http://www.youtube.com/wiltshiretutorials WiltshireGaming: http://www.youtube.com/wiltshiregaming Twitter: @FlipGamingYT Instagram: @FlipGamingYT Any good looking thumbnails were probably made by WishingTikal! http://www.youtube.com/wishingtikal

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shawn stephens
shawn stephens - 3 years ago
This 10 minute video would only be 2 minutes if you didn't repeat the same thing over and over and over again...lol are you doing that on purpose or you just like the sound of you voice???
Jean Banville
Jean Banville - 2 years ago
shawn stephens, that is not very nice. This is a useful video in order to help people.
Brittni Barros
Brittni Barros - 2 years ago
10 mins= money from commercials
jni
jni - 3 years ago
must get over that 10 minute mark
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
love the sound of my voice
Joana de Mattos
Joana de Mattos - 2 years ago
I love your tank!!! And hate that myth that keeps having people to acquire those tinny little cups with lonely bettas... i have a community tank with 5 male bettas and 5 female bettas. They all get along just fine! The 5 males grew up together so maybe that makes things a bit easier. And i have other types of fish in it as well. The only thing i wasnt able to do yet is to have my guppies in that community tank along side with my bettas as well.. my male bettas will simply not allow them there so i keep them in a separate tank with guppies only...
Becky's Bettas
Becky's Bettas - 2 years ago
Some bettas are more chill than others, but they are a very territorial fish. if housed with a none-aggressive fish, they can get along. it depends on the betta as they are all different.
I have a large sorority in a 55 gallon tank housed with swordtails and guppies and they do just fine :)
The better Milk .-.
The better Milk .-. - 2 years ago
I had a tank with guppy’s and a male betta and a female betta and the female betta died and I saw one of my guppies had his fins torn so I thought it was the betta but I got a bigger tank and more guppies and I wanna introduce the betta
MyRod
MyRod - 2 years ago
What happen when male betta mix guppy=????
jayden rosen
jayden rosen - 2 years ago
I had a betta with a shrimp and now the same is with a group of 11 guppies and 4 shrimp
christine farrugia
christine farrugia - 2 years ago
The 6 guppies I added to my tank of 12 neons, 2 black widow tetras and male betta, pack attacked killed my betts and nipped all the tetras fins and tails off, murderous bastards. I used to breed guppies and never ever saw this pack attack
Ashmit Puttur
Ashmit Puttur - 2 years ago
Execpt male betta can femake betta live with guppies in the same tank without any problem
Kent Tran
Kent Tran - 2 years ago
What fish do you have in the tank in the video

10. comment for Betta [Male] with Fancy Guppies - How To Introduce a Betta to Other Fish

Sketchalater
Sketchalater - 2 years ago
I have a wonderful white female Betta who could care less about other fish in the tank, well she actually enjoys the company and thinks she's a neon tetra. I also just added new platies and the Betta is busy checking the gravel for food, lol.
1xoACEox1
1xoACEox1 - 2 years ago
You put a Betta in with Angelfish?? But theyre fin nippers?
scatmav
scatmav - 2 years ago
I have a 95 gallon tank, with 33 neon tetras, 12 guppies, 1 rainbow shark, 6 glass catfish, 4 bristlenose plecs and 8 clown loaches..... do you think a Siamese fighter would go well in my tank? I’ve got 4 big ornaments he could hide in and both ends of the tank have a large plant floating about
Mochi Sprouts
Mochi Sprouts - 2 years ago
Omg my betta looks like your to
Sinister 18
Sinister 18 - 2 years ago
Well I have a female Betta in a 5 1/2 gallon tank with 4 Zebra Danios they have been together for over a year now but then again female Betta are not as aggressive.
Girish .M4
Girish .M4 - 2 years ago
Mine cannot stay with neon tetra
MayaWolves
MayaWolves - 2 years ago
Hi!
Derpy Kat
Derpy Kat - 2 years ago
How about baby guppies like baby baby guppies
Cicamica 26
Cicamica 26 - 2 years ago
I feel like Bettas are the dogs of the fish world personality wise. They have such a wide range of personalities x3
kasss xo
kasss xo - 2 years ago
FlipGaming thank you!

20. comment for Betta [Male] with Fancy Guppies - How To Introduce a Betta to Other Fish

FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
If it is the glo danios (sometimes sold as tetras) then no. They are too nippy. In a tank that small I would probably stay away from it. If it is the tetras that I am thinking of then they will most likely be too big for the tank and the betta may get agitated.
Christian Jee
Christian Jee - 2 years ago
You know what my betta fisb is in a community tank with fancy guppies angelfish tiger barb and tetra but shes not aggressive tho the tiger barb and the tetras are to her so i gave them away
melmar.
melmar. - 2 years ago
my betta was in a little cup on a self by itself. I put a zebra snail and a tiger snail in there with him ( I have a 10 gallon ) my betta is almost a year old and he never has really bothered the snails besides just going over to them and looking at them. sometimes even when he sees there food he’ll just look, he’s just curious honestly. I mean I heard that some snails aren’t good to put with bettas because some bettas will bite at their “eyes” or whatever but my betta hasn’t so I’m just wondering if that means my betta is actually nice and I can add tank mates easily?
melmar.
melmar. - 2 years ago
FlipGaming Ik that, I actually have a 10 gallon as I said.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
If it is in a cup then no. Not enough space
hawkeye93ify
hawkeye93ify - 2 years ago
I had extremely good luck so far with my betta, over the past week I've introduced ghost shrimp, small ottocats, and a school of neon tetras so far, and no problems at all. I made sure to put plenty of places for the fish to hide just in case, and the only problem I had at first was he tried chasing the shrimp a bit at first until he figured out he'd never catch them. I think that's mostly due to the way he seems extremely food oriented (like if my dog was a fish :P). He's just been curious to the algae eaters and tetras, but never nipped at them, just investigating them. I want to finally experiment with a small school of guppies (5 or 6) and I think that'll be it for this tank. Seems promising since my betta is so docile, so here's to hoping!
Dr.Albert Vonfranz PhD Of Biology
Dr.Albert Vonfranz PhD Of Biology - 2 years ago
I had a aggressive guppy (it's litteraly called a aggressive guppy) it was bred to be aggressive, but I thought it was just a normal fancy guppy, I put it in with my Betta and other guppys, it injured one guppy so bad. (it healed) then it attacked my betta... i ve never seen a fish get killed by another fish so fast, the guppy was DEAD In 15 seconds, my betta beat the f*** out of it
Eric Mezenberg
Eric Mezenberg - 2 years ago
I have a female Betta in a 10g with 3 make Guppys. I'm gonna get 2 more Guppys and a nerite snail. I had a mystery snail and the Betta was kinda aggressive to it but the snail died because it hid in its shell for a week and the trapdoor was jammed.
Moosa Sahaaf
Moosa Sahaaf - 2 years ago
i used to have a betta wen i was 7 now im gonna buy one agin it loved its plastic castle and didn't come out we had other fish too
shubham agarwal
shubham agarwal - 2 years ago
Can i keep my male betta with guppy, zebra, Albino BA Tetra???
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
in a larger tank yes
Zachism96
Zachism96 - 2 years ago
Mine was fine for 8months then all of a sudden he killed 2 yellow fancy guppies. Very shocking.
Mac F
Mac F - 2 years ago
The fish is a “betta”. You are a beta.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
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30. comment for Betta [Male] with Fancy Guppies - How To Introduce a Betta to Other Fish

Emanuel Villegas
Emanuel Villegas - 2 years ago
why did you goy cardinal tetras then








P.S neon and cardinal tetras are different
Barkaka P
Barkaka P - 2 years ago
Betta don't kill another they just rip another up.
Lori DeadCat
Lori DeadCat - 2 years ago
I have a 60 gallon Tank with a Male Betta a female Betta and a suckerfish and river shrimp is it ok when i take some guppys ?
Awesome Randomguy
Awesome Randomguy - 2 years ago
I put a betta fish with my silver shake fish — when I was a toddler— and it didn’t end up will for the betta fish! He pick a fight with the silver shark and lost — was totally inexperience back then.
Bettaholic!
Bettaholic! - 2 years ago
I have had my male bettas with neon tetras and corys. Only 2 of the 10 bettas chase the corys once in a while. I also have 7 female bettas with angels and neons. The 3 groups all ignore each other completely.
LexisClark
LexisClark - 2 years ago
Bettas CANNOT go with goldfish!? Goldfish are cold water fish and bettas are tropical!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
They can though. It’s a misconception that they are cold water fish. They live in both warm and cold waters.
Jen Jung
Jen Jung - 2 years ago
You lost all your creditability. Never house goldfish with bettas or angelfish. Tropical water fish should never be with goldfish.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+LexisClark depends on the betta you get. I offset with heavy plant load and water changes
LexisClark
LexisClark - 2 years ago
FlipGaming Also, the strong filters required to keep up with goldfish waste production are often too strong for bettas, as they are known for being somewhat weaker swimmers.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+LexisClark it’s not an opinion, it is fact lol thanks!!
LexisClark
LexisClark - 2 years ago
FlipGaming I don't agree with that, but everyone's had different care and experience with fish keeping. :) Have a good day, your tank and fish are beautiful!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+LexisClark goldfish can live in both cold and warm water. As long as enough space is given and maintenance is done it is fine
Maddy Crazy life
Maddy Crazy life - 2 years ago
I have had my batta for 1 week and he is in a 9 letter tank is it ok if i add 3 or four guppies in the tank he has made a Territory on one spot and that is beside the heater
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
in a 9 litre tank no. the tank is too small for the betta honestly. I'd upgrade to a 2.5g for the betta and a 10g for a community
Merlana
Merlana - 2 years ago
Thanks for the tips. I have a beta fish and I want to upgrade to a 20 gallon tank so I've been looking into what type of fish I could maybe put him with.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+Merlana's Photos no worries!! He will love having that tank
Jay Harding
Jay Harding - 2 years ago
I have a betta and 2 corys. he ended up being fine with them after about a week. before that, he was pretty violent though
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+Jay Harding yeah sometimes they get a little mean to start. Glad he settled down!
I Live In Your House
I Live In Your House - 2 years ago
hey,one question,i have 7 gallon,filtered tank,it has a heater and the right necessitties for a betta,but i really want 4 neons,is it possible?
JustLem
JustLem - 2 years ago
I Live In Your House I just bought 8 neon tetras today and a couple of live plants and heavily planted half my 7.5 gallon cube betta tank and they got along fine. I really want ti show you but dont know how
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
It is posible. you will just have to make sure ytou keep up with water changes
Shekina Shalom
Shekina Shalom - 3 years ago
omg this guy is so annoying
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+Shekina Shalom I know right?
The pipe Chap
The pipe Chap - 3 years ago
Thank you for shedding light on this! What about female betta?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+The pipe Chap female would work as well
Jurassic FYB
Jurassic FYB - 3 years ago
Hey i saw 10 betta fish in a 10 gallon tank together in a shop
Genaveive Neal
Genaveive Neal - 2 years ago
Aaditya Chhetri it may have been a female sorority tank
ManedWolfAshe
ManedWolfAshe - 3 years ago
How might you introduce guppies and betas at the same time? Like same day purchase deal?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Ashe Devoss guppies first betta a week later
mr.ace
mr.ace - 3 years ago
i still wait for my guppy to make its terretory so. the betta wont attack my guppys
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+mr.ace good plan!
Vishakha Bellizia-Lyons
Vishakha Bellizia-Lyons - 3 years ago
Love your tank
brooke arcoleo
brooke arcoleo - 3 years ago
I have a betta and I just got some guppies. Should I put the guppies and let them in the tank and put the betta in the breeder tank or the other way around? PLEASE REPLY TO ME lol I need to know
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
The way I did it was letting the guppies in first and then introducing the betta. I did it this way in order to prevent the betta from creating its territory while being solo.
Erin Kelley
Erin Kelley - 3 years ago
I keep my Betta in a 5 gallon tank with 2 Pristella Tetra, 1 Chinese Algea Eater, 1 ghost shrimp and a snail.

The Betta is definitely the boss and likes to chase the other fish sometimes, but overall he's really good with them and has never attacked them.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+Michaela Edson unfortunately this tank failed due to a heater failure and disease. I recently did it again and it worked well
Michaela Edson
Michaela Edson - 2 years ago
How's the cohabitation? I'm starting a tank and I can't decide if a beta is right for me. They're beautiful but I'm learning so much that there's a lot of science and psychology to fish keeping. I'd love to keep to a beta with a few platies in a 10 gallon but I'd hate for him or the other fish to be uncomfortable.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
Thats awesome! usually the betta is the boss in any community tank.
KATIALIS
KATIALIS - 3 years ago
Lol it all depends on the betta. you are just a lucky bastard - jon snow
Time Ticker
Time Ticker - 3 years ago
Bettas can kill but u have to fine a betta that is calm

50. comment for Betta [Male] with Fancy Guppies - How To Introduce a Betta to Other Fish

Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
Hi that Betta fish died of old age and all the guppy were fine till they passed to at the time I had a molly fish so I bought a female they ended up having loads of babies and I after bought another male mollie and my friend was selling his so I had three males but the first male died because he was very old now that female is pregnant again these babies may be orange like one of my males I have a fuew barbs and Ram also a zebra fish so that Betta ended up living a lovely life with mollies guppys barbs and zebra fish but....I think I know why he stopped attacking the guppys I think it was because I had two gourami that he hated those gourami sadly got killed the Betta was my first so I wasent the best with them but he lived three years
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
Thank you btw
Jenelle Dallaire
Jenelle Dallaire - 3 years ago
I have a roughly 7 g tank, can I add gups?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
yes
Live2Love 2Live
Live2Love 2Live - 3 years ago
Thanks for your video! I was given a 12 gallon planted aquarium with 6 neon tetras and a nerite snail...I have my betta fish in a 2.5 gallon tank now and want to introduce him to the new tank! Thanks for the helpful info in your video!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
No problem! good luck!
24casfur
24casfur - 3 years ago
I have a 29g with platies and one killifish and I put a females beta in an breeder box inside the aquarium before adding. She's really active, which is nice..
Deep Contractor
Deep Contractor - 3 years ago
With Goldfish? Goldfish live in cooler temps than bettas
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
fantails can live in warmer temperatures.
Cynthia Price
Cynthia Price - 3 years ago
I had a tank with neon tetras, fancy guppies, female bettas, and a male betta. Fully scaped, and successful enough that they were breeding like bunnies!
lewaa moussa
lewaa moussa - 3 years ago
I have a 15 G tank (planted) and there is no fish inside it . I will put 6 fancy guppies and a blue betta that I saw at the store living with neon tetras peacefully... I will buy them all in one day but I will put the guppies first and then the betta but first in a breader box for an few days so that it gets to know the guppies and calm down ... Is it a good plan ? Plz answer :)
pb Castillo
pb Castillo - 3 years ago
what gallon should I buy if I want betta and a guppies and neon tetras
pb Castillo
pb Castillo - 3 years ago
FlipGaming thx I love ur voice lol
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
15-20g
Jordan's Fish Room
Jordan's Fish Room - 3 years ago
thanks mate going to put him in a breeder net he lives with zebra danios atm
Leaf The thief
Leaf The thief - 3 years ago
How can you tell if it's calm In the store? Or if it's docile?
Britney Price
Britney Price - 3 years ago
What you do is place the cup with the betta you are interested in next to another betta cup. If they start to flare and show their beard they are aggressive. Try doing this a few times before deciding if the betta is really aggressive or stays calm. Eventually you should be able to find one that is calm or run out of fish to test. If that happens try another fish store or find out when they get more bettas in.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
I have found that Bettas that don't react to others beside them are more calm then ones that flare up around other bettas.
Manuela Correa
Manuela Correa - 3 years ago
My betta fish is so lazy lol but I love it and he loves food but today it was a big step for Gilbert he went to a community tank with 4 fishes and he is so chill lol and I'm so happy all day he was fine and all afternoon and till night he was amazing but I want to move on to a all girl tank and I'm kinda scared I want to make sure it goes well at tips for decoration , for 5 betta girl
16bluedragons
16bluedragons - 3 years ago
Make a video on decorating a tank!! You're tank is gorgeous!!!
TheTruGamer732
TheTruGamer732 - 3 years ago
I have a 3.5 gallon and 52 cm tall tank i gonna put 4 guppies , 1 betta fish , 8 other fishes
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+KevinPlaysMC way too many fish. Stick to the betta
TheTruGamer732
TheTruGamer732 - 3 years ago
Bye my tank got a filter and a medium tall light bulb
MultiGamer
MultiGamer - 3 years ago
good vid tho
MultiGamer
MultiGamer - 3 years ago
goldfish and bettas don't go together goldfish live colder water and bettas live warmer waters
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
goldfish can live in warm water. They come from an area that experiences both cold and warm water.
Brown King Norteno ::
Brown King Norteno :: - 3 years ago
I own a 10 gallon tank. Can I put a betta in it with 2 other fish. One of which is a platy and the other one I forgot it's name but it is white and small. They both are peaceful with each other. Could I introduce my betta into that tank?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Westside Hustle you could attempt it yes
Amelie Hébert
Amelie Hébert - 3 years ago
I have a tank with 2 femalles bettas and a male betta, and 3 corydoras and neon tetra. They are note violant at all. I just buy a bigger tank for adding black toxedo guyppies in with the fish I alredy have. I hope it will work.
Amelie Hébert
Amelie Hébert - 3 years ago
Yes I know, a juste not remember how many I have. I have more than 20, but the exacte nomber I don't know anymore.
Bella
Bella - 3 years ago
Amelie Hébert neon tetras need to be in schools of at least 6!
Bettas And More
Bettas And More - 3 years ago
My male bettas are fine together a half moon double tail and a plaket also cause it's in a 7 gallon
Kaleb Osborn
Kaleb Osborn - 3 years ago
Flip, do you suggest adding tank mates to the beta or the beta to an already established tank? i think it would be awesome to have one swimming around with my other fish. thanks for the videos and the information.
Kaleb Osborn
Kaleb Osborn - 3 years ago
thanks
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Kaleb Osborn oh yeah you'll have no problem with a betta and a bunch of tetras!
Kaleb Osborn
Kaleb Osborn - 3 years ago
30 gallon
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Kaleb Osborn other fish first then betta. How big is the tank?
Kaleb Osborn
Kaleb Osborn - 3 years ago
i am just getting this new tank going now and am planning a couple guppies and some tetra for now we will see where it heads but thank it would be awesome to have a beta in it. the real question is should i do beta or other fish first?
Kaleb Osborn
Kaleb Osborn - 3 years ago
i am fixing to get my new tank going just got into a new house so will be awhile to make this happen but probably some tetras, angel fish, sword tail, maybe a couple guppies we will see. its in a 30 gallon tank i have ran before with much success just never had a beta in a tank with others so am wondering the best set up for getting the betta in there. i would like to just run one tank for now as i have a lot going on and want to be able to make sure i can keep it well taken care of before i add another one.
Kaleb Osborn
Kaleb Osborn - 3 years ago
i am fixing to get my new tank going just got into a new house so will be awhile to make this happen but probably some tetras, angel fish, sword tail, maybe a couple guppies we will see. its in a 30 gallon tank i have ran before with much success just never had a beta in a tank with others so am wondering the best set up for getting the betta in there. i would like to just run one tank for now as i have a lot going on and want to be able to make sure i can keep it well taken care of before i add another one.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Kaleb Osborn what kind of fish do you have? Bettas are totally fine on their own.
Michael Holomon
Michael Holomon - 3 years ago
Can
I get some guppies and a betta in a 10 gallon tank
Janet Granzow
Janet Granzow - 2 years ago
アラブA D N A N Ø حياتي جحيم lol I Kno! Haha
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
+A D N A N Ø アラブ pretty much. As long as you keep up with water changes more frequently it works. Currently I have a wild betta with fancy guppies
アラブA D N A N Ø حياتي جحيم
アラブA D N A N Ø حياتي جحيم - 2 years ago
Jackie Varughese how is a 10 gallon tank too small ? i swear these comments are always like "you need atleast 9999999 gallon tank for this"
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Jackie Varughese I’ve done it on 3 different occasions. As long as stock is low, it is possible
Jackie Varughese
Jackie Varughese - 3 years ago
Michael HolomoI think a 10 gal is a bit too small for guppies and a betta, I'd just go with a male betta or just guppies
TheTruGamer732
TheTruGamer732 - 3 years ago
Depends on how much male guppies you will put
April Cervantes
April Cervantes - 3 years ago
today i went to petsmart and i told the guy if i could put the new two guppies that i bought from there in to my betta tank the guy told me i cant bc it would kill the guppie bc the betta will think that it is another betta bc of its long tail so i didnt listen to him bc not all bettas attack so i added the two guppies and my betta was so happy bc it looked so sad by itself but as soon i added the guppies in he was so excited and now they all are really happy
Camel6384
Camel6384 - 2 years ago
That’s what I did too! But the emotions of the fish is way different from humans. Fish cannot feel sad because they don’t have the same nerve system as humans.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 2 years ago
True stuff. I worked at an aquarium store a few months ago and I was not allowed (still did) to recommend betta community tanks due to their individual behavior. Research and ask questions on forums and stuff opposed to pet stores as there are some fish they have to say no to.
Sefer
Sefer - 2 years ago
PetStores Sellers Sometimes have to be more careful and always play safe.I didnt even ask them about the compatibility of fishes bc i already knew what answer they gonna give me.Different fish have different behaviours some might be more peaceful or more agressive so i always do my own research about fish compatibility
Emily Ruiz
Emily Ruiz - 2 years ago
April Cervantes lol that happened to me too but I didn't listen and the same happened to me!!!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+April Cervantes awesome!!!
Lilly McBreezy
Lilly McBreezy - 3 years ago
Hey I have a question , I have a 64 gallon tank (120cm(lenght )x40cmx50cm height )
and I really want to keep there a male Betta, 3 pearl guramis and some guppies, would it work? Can Bettas and Guramis coexist?
I have no idea I've never had neither.
Also some Corydoras :)
I'd really appreciate some help :)
Legendary Nacho
Legendary Nacho - 3 years ago
Lilly McBreezy should work 64 gals plenty as long as they have 10 gals each
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Lilly McBreezy anytime! Thanks!!
Lilly McBreezy
Lilly McBreezy - 3 years ago
Thank you for your answer :) Amazing tank btw
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Lilly McBreezy I have no experience with the gouramis, but a betta will definitely work with the guppies and corys!!
Alicia Chavez
Alicia Chavez - 3 years ago
What type of conditioner did you use?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
I now use Seachem Prime
Adam Naim
Adam Naim - 3 years ago
can I have a 3.5-gallon tank with a betta and guppies
Zuki
Zuki - 3 years ago
no lol
Birds corner
Birds corner - 3 years ago
its pronounced bet-uh not bay tah
Loyal Lalam
Loyal Lalam - 2 years ago
Birds corner Why should that matter?
Camel6384
Camel6384 - 2 years ago
If you pronounce a word differently, it’s still has the same meaning no matter what.
Taylor Liz
Taylor Liz - 2 years ago
drpipper5 bahahah rude but funny
drpipper5
drpipper5 - 2 years ago
It pronounced "dick" not "birds corner"
Sarina Miles
Sarina Miles - 2 years ago
Birds corner stop that sounds weird I’m gonna still say it wrong
Silver Reen
Silver Reen - 2 years ago
doesnt matter -_-
XGT59
XGT59 - 3 years ago
It's levioooooosa not leviosa
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
Birds corner leave him alone he can call it what he wants
21 savage bank
21 savage bank - 3 years ago
No
essef one
essef one - 3 years ago
It's derived from the Malay word Betah which was used for the classification of the genus. Bet-uh is better than Bae-tah but uh, what chance do we have with the likes of reading in Reading, where you wear the right clothes and write about here whilst you hear planes sounding plain. We're lost to confusion, next to the weir.
essef one
essef one - 3 years ago
My tank was heavily planted with a small ecosystem providing live food constantly which may have stopped aggression. One thing is for sure though - no fish should be in a 4 litre tank!
Birds corner
Birds corner - 3 years ago
essef one right
essef one
essef one - 3 years ago
Birds corner Yup. Its Betta not Beta. Some Bettas are aggressive but Betta Splendens (as seen here) is usually fine. I had 5 males in large one tank with 15 females and all was fine. Its usually the Betta that gets harrassed by fin nippers. Maybe, like humans, they get territorial when a castle is present...
Birds corner
Birds corner - 3 years ago
FlipGaming wow
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
its prnounced i-dont-care
Cyn Drawing
Cyn Drawing - 3 years ago
Hi! I just video, your tips are so helpful! I wish I had seen this sooner!

I've had my betta fish for about a little over 3 months and he is very playful and docile. About 2 weeks ago, I noticed that his 2.5 gallon was getting brown algae so I thought he needed to get a tank mate that is a bottom feeder. I did research and I came down to choosing either otto catfish or ghost shrimp. However, the biggest I can go for a tank was 5 gallons. I was able to get in contact with another youtuber that owns more than 5 betta fish so I asked for advice. They suggested to get the shrimp for the 5 gallon because it wouldn't be enough room for the catfish.

A week ago from today, 4/2/17. I bought 2 japanese algae eating shrimp (petstore ran out of ghost shrimp) because I already had the 5 gallon tank and was ready to start the process. I first put the shrimp in the tank before the betta. After a good while of the shrimp calming down and not swimming around so fast, I was able to put my betta in the tank. There was chasing but nothing so aggressive because my betta, Henry. He would chase it for a few seconds then turn away because he was just curious. As if he saw another fish for the first time in his life. (When I bought him, he was only 6 months old so to me he is a baby)

I kept an eye on them. I saw Henry that his fin was nipped but I was pretty sure that had happen because of me cause I was taking too long to pick him up with the fish net and most likely stressed him out. Still, I kept an eye on them, No aggressive fighting and it seemed like everything was fine.

Second day came, Henry got a nipped on his fin again. That was his second one and I was too scared to see another one. So I set up his 2.5 gallon where he was originally in and made sure to separate him from the shrimps.

I have a couple theories why he was getting nipped.

1.) Henry and one of the shrimp are the same size. Could the shrimp size affect the nipping?
2.) Shrimps were not EATING. I gave them cory wafers, pellets and flakes that Henry wouldn't eat. They weren't eating what was being left over so.... Could the shrimps attack my betta because of hunger?
3.) Tank size. Could this mean that 5 gallon tank was not enough room for the 3 of them together?

This is what I thought of.... I'm still glad I had separated them cause when I did. There wasn't anymore nips and Henry started swimming around more actively again.

However, I did notice something today, 4/1/17, Henry's nip has a third but close to his first nip. I'm guessing it's from a plastic plant that I had in the 5 gallon but transfered it to 2.5 with Henry to have more "hiding spots". I immediately took it out. I'm not sure if I ever want to try again with Henry and tank mates but maybe in the far future when his fins heal, I can try again.

I'm fixing the "no eating" event from shrimps cause I bought a marimo ball and algae waffers. I'm super hoping that they will like it. I will be testing it out tonight.


Please, I need advice and some sort of fact of where I went wrong with my betta and my shrimps? Cause I don't want my shrimps to claim the 5 gallon tank, I've been researching cobra gubbies but I won't buy any until I know what went wrong with the betta and shrimps so I won't make the same mistake with the gubbies and shrimp. Please, your advice will be so helpful.

Thank you for takning your time to read my long message. I hope you have a good day or night!
Cyn Drawing
Cyn Drawing - 3 years ago
FlipGaming You are right, I ended up realizing that it was my betta that nipped himself. I had retried having him the 5 gallon because I realize what we're my mistakes and that's why I tried again. There was a little chasing and everything is fine. until an hour later, my betta killed the small shrimp. So now it's just the big one and himself and they are.... or Henry is getting used to the idea of having company in his tank. Thank you so much for replying and taking your time to read my message!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
The tank size was probably too small, but I never heard of shrimps nipping. Most shrimp pick at algae and plant matter. I have a hard time believing your shrimp are causing you problems. Maybe next time go with a bigger tank just in case. How much are you changing your water and how often?
L and p
L and p - 3 years ago
What about 20 gallons
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Lizzy Muschong that would be better
Scarlett
Scarlett - 3 years ago
Guys chill if it's temporary than they can have a 1 Gallon I have a 1 Gallon because he's tiny and I am going to get a 10 gallon later
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Betta community care I've always had better luck in smaller tanks. I just clean the water more.
Autumn leafs
Autumn leafs - 3 years ago
I have had a male and female with some guppies together in a tank for about two months then my male died. I attempted to get another beta but it was super duper aggressive and even attacked my full grown female who is super mellow. I removed the aggressor immediately. I'm new to betas just getting them for Christmas. My past male was already in a tank with other fish such as barbs angel fish and even a butterfly fish. I'm gonna go get a different male tonight so this video helped me so much.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
No problem!!! enjoy :D any other betta questions dont hesistate to come ask!
Autumn leafs
Autumn leafs - 3 years ago
FlipGaming thought i would let you know I got a female and at first my older female would flare but after giving them an hour before adding the new female In they chilled out and were fine with each other so thank you so much!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Autumn leafs no problem!! Good luck!
Autumn leafs
Autumn leafs - 3 years ago
FlipGaming ok thank you so much! much appreciated
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
Most likely yes. I have seen it before, but it is extremely rare. just to be on the safe side always keep bettas alone unless you have a large enough tank to hold many females. They could have also been chill due to fighting and getting tired. I have seen that before too
Autumn leafs
Autumn leafs - 3 years ago
FlipGaming that's strange. like i said im new to betas but i love the fish. but was I then just lucky with my first male beta? because i had a male and female together and they were completely chill with each other but he was also im a tank with other fish before coming to me with a female I got separately. was i just lucky then I presume?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
Never ever ever ever ever house a male betta with any other betta. The male will kill the female. Male bettas can be housed with other fish other then bettas. For female bettas to work you need ~5 or more. Glad this video helped!
Alex Sparks
Alex Sparks - 3 years ago
I currently have a betta fish in a 1 gal. tomorrow I'm going to get him a bigger 10 gal. he was really aggressive at first but now my betta eats from my fingers, comes to me, jumps for food, and even let's me "pet" it. such a sweetie. I'm going to try to get a tank mate for him. I was leaning more towards ghost shrimp since they are bottom feeders.. but now I'm wondering, maybe my betta would be okay in a community tank :)
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Alex Green yup!! Definitely made the right choice!!
Alex Sparks
Alex Sparks - 3 years ago
FlipGaming thank you so much for the suggestion! and I have to say that I agree, I love my little betta. funny thing is when I went to get my betta I knew exactly what to look for for a healthy betta.. instead this little guy attracted me because he looked so sad, not colorful, he just looked miserable. I couldn't help but take that one because I knew if I didn't Noone would. so I took a chance and he ended up being a fantastic betta! just needed a little love ^-^
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Alex Green most bettas are good for a community tank! Try him out with a few neons once your 10 gallon is cycled! You got yourself one awesome betta
1234567
1234567 - 3 years ago
What size tank is that?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+1234567 10 gallon
Stray-Wolf
Stray-Wolf - 3 years ago
i have 9 fancy Guppys and 3 Albino Corydoras in an 27 Gallon tank is it possibile to ad a Betta from the pet store that lives with plattysand doesnt seem to mind them? Ther are not many plants in the pet store tank and way to many platys, he is flaring at the other side of the tank through the glas, there are also platys in it, but i think maybe he sees his reflection?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Stray-Wolf it should be okay! That's a big tank so he should be okay. If you have plants in your tank you should have little issue
Tanner M
Tanner M - 3 years ago
why are using funkmasterflex logo on the video
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Tanner Moore who?
Machaya08
Machaya08 - 3 years ago
I currently have 4 female bettas and a male. The male is in 10 gallon by himself but I'm planning on having my females in a community instead of just a sorority. I'm going to get a new female, 8 white cloud mountain minnows, 8-10 black neon tetras, and 8 harlequin rasboras. They're all going to be in a heavily planted 50 gallon, with a little nerite snail or two to clean the gravel and ornaments. Might get some tetras for my male too
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Alura Fausnaugh that's awesome!!
Holly Samsonator
Holly Samsonator - 3 years ago
I'm learning all the time, about another species of fish. They are very attractive, I guess that is why they sell easily in pet shops but, they never look 'happy' in the shops. I have a spare 40 (litre) I think that is about 10 gal..?? and I would love to have a betta male, maybe a couple of females and a bit of a community tank, just in the family room ( not the 'fish' room, no one wants to go in there but me :) ) Great video, I will keep researching but I am getting a good 'picture' of what I can and cannot do with these fascinating fish! Thanks.
Holly Samsonator
Holly Samsonator - 3 years ago
Thanks! I'm in Australia so Aquabid might have trouble with transport :) I have a half moon male now, he is brilliant blue (dark head) with red and purple streaks through his fins. He is in his 10gal (40 litre here) tank with 10 neon tetras, heavily planted tank and the past 24 hours have improved his colour, activity and attitude. I bought him at LFS and I just asked ,"Who has been here the longest?" 'Alpha' was one that had been there for a few weeks in a cup of water in a display tank. I won't get into buying females yet, I need to keep learning and collecting tanks, lol.... thanks for your reply :)
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Holly Samsonator no problem! Bettas are awesome fish and would do great in a living room. For males the rule of thumb is don't house them with any other bettas or long fin fish. For females they need 4+ to get along (figured that out the hard way). Being very hardy you can drop $60 on a fish and not really have to worry about them dropping dead. Go on aquabid and look at the bettas there. You may find some awesome colours you like!! A 10g is perfect for them and they will be incredibly happy
Talaaa. x
Talaaa. x - 3 years ago
i have a question. um which fish can be kept with a male betta, because here they only sell males and i dont want to have a tank for one fish alone
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Justice Is My Drug stick with neons for that tank! That's perfect for them
Talaaa. x
Talaaa. x - 3 years ago
FlipGaming thank you ! i was thinking of getting a 10 gallon or so
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Justice Is My Drug neon tetras. Angels if the tank is large enough, bristlenose pleco, cardinal tetras, and panda corys. That's what I've kept mine with
Lauren Carrico
Lauren Carrico - 3 years ago
Petco in Morgan Hill had two male betas with fancy guppies. Pet Club in San Jose had three male betas with fancy guppies. Both tanks are about ten gallons each.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Lauren Carrico yeah doubt it. I've only ever seen 1 tank with 2 males together. No store would keep 2 male bettas together
Tyler P
Tyler P - 3 years ago
How long have these fish been living together?
I had a pair of (young)yoyo loaches with a betta for awhile(they were going to be moved in with the big fish when they grew up). They were fine, for 4 or 5 months, when one morning I woke up seeing the betta laying on his side on an anubias, with the two loaches nipping at his fins, which were now maybe half what they had been(they grew back even more beautifully, actually. He is a crowntail).
So just curious how long this has lasted?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Tyler P a few more months after this and then unfortunately my tank died. They were most likely nipping once he died. All fish will nip at dead fish
AJ Santiago
AJ Santiago - 3 years ago
I also want an angelfish with a male betta. I do not know if that'll be smart though. x(
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+AJ Santiago I have one with my Angels in my 29 gallon
AK Jay47
AK Jay47 - 3 years ago
Nice video I have a tank with cichlids and sharks and lots more fish and I'm getting a bigger tank soon so gonna use my 70L as a beta tank
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Savage Swift that's awesome
AK Jay47
AK Jay47 - 3 years ago
ya im getting a 250 or 300
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Savage Swift thanks!! Yeah the sharks are going to need a bigger tank lol the betta will love the 70 though!
Caren Hall
Caren Hall - 3 years ago
Goldfish with a betta? NO! Goldfish require cold water, bettas require 77-78 farenheit. My betta in my 4ft tank has loaches, cories, tetras, sharks(not the 'dangerous' ones!)
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Caren Hall goldfish can live in tropical waters.
Michael Reyna
Michael Reyna - 3 years ago
What type of plants do you have in that tank? Also what gallon size?
Alex L.
Alex L. - 3 years ago
Awesome Video. What do you think about Zebra Danios with a Betta fish?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
No problem! If the tank is large it may work out. Smaller tanks I haven't had success with that mix
Alex L.
Alex L. - 3 years ago
FlipGaming Darn! oh well.Thanks for the quick response!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Alex L. They will pick at each other (know this from experience)
Janae Brumwell
Janae Brumwell - 3 years ago
How many gal. Is the tank
JKKHO 02
JKKHO 02 - 3 years ago
i hope they can breed a new type of betta that is none aggressive coz i really like to add more betta in my tank, with three male betta
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
Wild bettas can be homed together!
JKKHO 02
JKKHO 02 - 3 years ago
i have three beta in my 5gallon tank aquarium back home with guppies and Molly's, they dont fight idk why.
JKKHO 02
JKKHO 02 - 3 years ago
FlipGaming i have three male betta's believe it or not, when they swam each other they just frail but no nipping or fighting, i just learned that you cannot put more one in a tank but..thats my story
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Ken Malaga female bettas? The mollys will need a bigger tank eventually
Emilia Bailey
Emilia Bailey - 3 years ago
At our pet shop they already have the fighters with other fish and they are really relax and nice fish
dreamsicle8583
dreamsicle8583 - 3 years ago
I had my Betta (veil-tail male) in a divided tank with two African dwarf frogs on the other side. Somehow (after a few days) the frogs got through the barrier and into Betta's side of the tank. Betta wasn't too happy about that when I discovered it (luckily it was early enough!). So I put Betta back into his original tank. I have the tanks sitting next to each other right now but do you have any tips for getting these guys to be in the same tank? Should I keep them separated for now and just remove the barrier for the frogs and eventually put Betta back? I have noticed the heavy plants and hiding spaces in other videos so I know that I definitely need more plants in my tank.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+dreamsicle8583 not a problem!! Good luck!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+dreamsicle8583 fair enough. Put more plants in there. I have had success with a 5g betta community. More hiding places will allow aggression to subside
dreamsicle8583
dreamsicle8583 - 3 years ago
FlipGaming, the divided tank is a 5 gal. Would love a 10 but don't have room for one.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+dreamsicle8583 how big is the tank?
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
Yea that calmed him down I think they will be okay now
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Ryan Humphreys awesome! Not a problem. Breeder boxes are great for that
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
Thx
Joey Cutajar
Joey Cutajar - 3 years ago
do betta goes with angel fish thx?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Joey Cutajar I've done it with limited issue. Only problem is food. Bettas are slow at eating and angels are aggressive

100. comment for Betta [Male] with Fancy Guppies - How To Introduce a Betta to Other Fish

Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
Is it okay if I put the betta in the breeding box so he can't attack them
Nikki
Nikki - 2 years ago
FlipGaming I did that with mine! Worked like a charm, my betta is absolutely fine with my guppies now.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Ryan Humphreys yup. That might actually calm him down and get used to everyone in the tank
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
He ripped a bit of the tail off
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Ryan Humphreys that guppy may have picked on your betta
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
I have three guppies but my betta keeps attacking one of them why not the others to
galaxy star
galaxy star - 3 years ago
Can I keep a Betta with 4 male fancy guppies in a 10 gallon?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+galaxy star wouldn't suggest 4. Might make him too irritated
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
My Betta was so good no violence but when I put my guppies in he went mad
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Ryan Humphreys yeah it happens. Try putting him in last
Dangerous User2207
Dangerous User2207 - 3 years ago
my black molly always hides behind the decors what should I do
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+suresh kumar how much decoration do you have in the tank?
ItsKaramelloh
ItsKaramelloh - 3 years ago
I used to have a community tank with a betta in it and various other fish including guppies when I was younger. I now have a 5.5 gal guppy tank and I am starting a 10 gal tank with the guppies and I want to stick one of my bettas in there with them. I can't decide which betta. I have one who is absolutely a no go. One who doesn't care if my other betta's tanks are near by but I just put his tank next to the guppy tank to see what he would do and he was following the guppies in his own tank. The other betta is still in the cup because I just got him and I stuck him near both my bettas and he didn't react and near the guppies and no reaction. I just really wanted my other calm one to go in with the guppies because I have had him a lot longer and hes really pretty.
Mike Tyson
Mike Tyson - 3 years ago
What happened to the neon tetra who was a bully
Ryan Humphreys
Ryan Humphreys - 3 years ago
BXEman W he was put in a different tank so he can't hurt the other fish
Matthew Dondy
Matthew Dondy - 3 years ago
what is the plant on the left side of your tank at 2:05? the really'fuzzy' looking one.
Orca
Orca - 3 years ago
I've always known they can go with other fish. My first betta was in a ten gallon community tank and he didn't get ripped and no other fish were attacked. Right now I have one with 5 cherry barbs, three goldfish, 7 neon tetras, 2 black skirt tetras, 1 pleco, and another female betta. Then I have a female betta in a 10 galling guppy tank with 2 catfish, and 3 guppies. Soon to be more guppies because a few months ago they had babies. And I had a male in a community tank. He was fine. I was really young so I don't remember what he looked like or what the other fish were but he was fine. And I put two males together and they were fine. I put a divider in the tank still because I didn't want to take the chance.
Kyle Au
Kyle Au - 3 years ago
What size is your aquarium?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
This one was a 10g
Mr. Meeseeks
Mr. Meeseeks - 3 years ago
can you keep a beta sorority with guppies in a 30 gal?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Oceanti I've never had it happen either
Orca
Orca - 3 years ago
I have kept neon tetras with many other fish and I have never heard of a neon tetra ripping another fishes fins. I guess its always a possibility for that to happen though.
Mr. Purple
Mr. Purple - 3 years ago
Caitlin Whoo neon tetras might bite your other fish's fins off so it is a risk. There are exceptions to the recommended such as the fish that he mentioned. Corydoras with bettas would work, make sure to get a good shoal and have some sand substrate.
Orca
Orca - 3 years ago
I'd put Cory catfish with them too.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Caitlin Whoo neon tetras are good too
Mr. Meeseeks
Mr. Meeseeks - 3 years ago
okay thank you! any other good tankmates?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Caitlin Whoo More space. It would be easier for them to get along
Mr. Meeseeks
Mr. Meeseeks - 3 years ago
What do you mean?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
It would probably be easier that way honestly
Missy Lee
Missy Lee - 3 years ago
I have a betta with albino cory catfish and neon tetras as well as snails
Connor Winfield
Connor Winfield - 3 years ago
Bettas and angels are tropical fish therefore need warm water,where as goldfish need much lower temputures as they are cold water fish.so its not a great idea to put goldfish in with your tropical fish.but other than that great video
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Mr. Purple my goldfish is fine and is agitated by colder temperatures. My tank is also filtered by plants and is cleaned once a week. I do more cleaning on it due to the stocking.
Mr. Purple
Mr. Purple - 3 years ago
FlipGaming Goldfish can be in higher temperatures but they won't be thriving. Yes they can accept a wide range of temperatures but both the tropical and cold water fish will probably be agitated by the temperature (which is probably at the top or bottom of their ranges) I'm also surprised your goldfish didn't eat your other fish. Your tank is also overstocked if you have that many species in one 30 gallon.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Connor Winfield I've seen many goldfish in warm water with no issues. Just requires more surface agitation and cleaning with stable temps. They are very hardy and adaptive fish. One of the reasons they are fantastic for beginners. Thanks though!
Clark 9
Clark 9 - 3 years ago
I like your aquarium
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Clark 9 thanks!!
Morgan Thorsen
Morgan Thorsen - 3 years ago
it was so sad I was at PetSmart and in a fancy guppy tank their were tiger barbs and all of the guppy's tails were pretty much gone
fancyfishkeeping
fancyfishkeeping - 3 years ago
FlipGaming no, neon tetras have a minimum tank requirement of 20 gallons (long), some other tetras are suitable for a 10 gallon, I think you might be mixing them up?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+gecko love my cousin has 6 no problem in a 10g. Just add some hiding spaces or easy live plants and you'll have a kick ass simple tank.
Morgan Thorsen
Morgan Thorsen - 3 years ago
Ya when I was looking them up they said minimum 10gal for tetras just wanted to know many would be able to safely be in their
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Mr. Purple neon tetras are fine in a 10g. What are you talking about?
Mr. Purple
Mr. Purple - 3 years ago
gecko love Neon tetras should not be in a 10 gallon btw. You COULD try ember tetras or other species (look up the minimum tank requirements)
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Stevens pink lion 4-6 tetras. You can keep tetras with a betta as well.
Morgan Thorsen
Morgan Thorsen - 3 years ago
and i was wondering I commented in a different video how many tetras can you have in a ten gal and what are some fish you can have with a betta
Morgan Thorsen
Morgan Thorsen - 3 years ago
ya I know
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+Stevens pink lion that's awful
bella sebben
bella sebben - 3 years ago
I'm was thinking of getting a baby betta to pair with guppies.
Would the be better with pairing? Or is there no difference?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
It all depends on the bettas temperament. Being a baby might help..
FANTA$TIC
FANTA$TIC - 3 years ago
Hey i got 6 zebra danios and they are doing well with my betta!!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+FANTA$TIC glad to hear!!
FANTA$TIC
FANTA$TIC - 3 years ago
i have a tank of about your size but my betta is a bit aggressive
so should i put guppies and plates in the tank?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 3 years ago
+FANTA$TIC you can try but make sure to monitor closely. Be ready to remove them if he gets aggressive
Trinity Marker
Trinity Marker - 4 years ago
most of the male betta being aggressive claims are bull. Did you know that after a female betta mates with a male she starts attacking him. Female bettas are more aggressive than males by far and have been know to kill themselves for to get to a male in devided tanks.
Mr. Purple
Mr. Purple - 3 years ago
Trinity Marker no they haven't? And yes both females and males can be equally aggressive. Do you know that when the bettas are breeding the male rips the females fins off? And the female does the same.
YouMeUsWe
YouMeUsWe - 4 years ago
Another gorgeous tank! Great info, thanks for sharing. P.S. you would be a natural on TV
as a journalist or radio DJ, sport commenter...
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+Dina Giberson thanks!! Haha thanks! Idk if I could ever do that haha
Some Toad
Some Toad - 4 years ago
What are some good tank mates for the fancy guppies? I have a 55 gallon that I've yet to set up and they look like good starters!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+BIGBROWN138 lmao that's a good set up you got there!
BIGBROWN138
BIGBROWN138 - 4 years ago
+FlipGaming lmao my giant danios are the bosses of my tank they keep my betta in check just in case he wants to act out.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+BIGBROWN138 lucky. I got my girlfriend a danio for her betta tank and he's a douche lol
BIGBROWN138
BIGBROWN138 - 4 years ago
I'd say some hardier fish like platys, and all danio species because of what pH guppies like (6.5-7) I have my guppies with 5 giant danios, 5 platys, 3 skirt tetras, 5 scissortail rasboras, 2 bloodfin tetras, one pleco, 4 zebra danios ( two long finned ) and 1 leopard danio and 1 pearl danio. All living happily together.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
This would be the video to watch to see how to do it! I personally have never had to do it myself. This guy is really good for stuff like this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_Meyb2JYCU
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+Some Toad just get some aquarium sealer and seal all corners! let it sit for 24 hours and then fill with water in the garage to check for leaks!
Some Toad
Some Toad - 4 years ago
+FlipGaming Sounds good :)

I just looked again today after having the tank sit in a garage for about a week, (with nothing in it), that the sealant is essentially gone on all of the corners. What all do you need to reseal a tank?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+Some Toad I have some panda corys with mine! They are fantastic bottom feeders and will eat any flakes that fall to the bottom! If you don't care to save the fry of the guppies then neon tetras would be good!
Emma SpAce
Emma SpAce - 4 years ago
I have a five gallon tank and it would be cool to get guppies as well as the betta, depending on the temperament. I kind of want a blue female and a red male, naming them sole and Hancock for reasons...
Oscar Hernandez
Oscar Hernandez - 4 years ago
I have a 5 gallon tank with a peaceful Bettas and was wondering how many fancy guppies can I put with it, it has plenty of cover.
Mr. Purple
Mr. Purple - 3 years ago
Oscar Hernandez I wouldn't put any. A 5 gallon is not suitable for any more animals other than a snail or shrimp.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+Oscar Hernandez 1-2 years usually. takes about 3 months for the babies to mature.
Oscar Hernandez
Oscar Hernandez - 4 years ago
+FlipGaming Oh, how long do guppies live for. I'm doing some research before I purchase them.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+Oscar Hernandez once a month usually. Most of the babies won`t make it so you don`t have to worry too much about having too many. you could but they don`t live very long hence why they reproduce so fast.
Oscar Hernandez
Oscar Hernandez - 4 years ago
+FlipGaming How often do they reproduce. Could I have just males so I don't have to worry about them having baby's?
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
I would put 3 max (1 male and 2 female). They reproduce like crazy so while 3 doesn`t seem like a lot the females will be impregnated within the first day (if they aren`t already). Make sure you keep an eye on your betta just to make sure they will get along!
〖JƗzz〗Ne0n
〖JƗzz〗Ne0n - 4 years ago
He's so cute
〖JƗzz〗Ne0n
〖JƗzz〗Ne0n - 4 years ago
+FlipGaming I know right!
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
+〖FƗzz〗Ne0n I've had him for months. He is awesome!
Kara C
Kara C - 4 years ago
Don't forget about african dwarf frogs and bottom feeders!
Jon O'Brien
Jon O'Brien - 4 years ago
YAY!!!!! Fish Videos.
Joe's Junkyard
Joe's Junkyard - 4 years ago
Glad to see more fish now.
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
I am thinking of a few more videos to do with them!
Miata Guy
Miata Guy - 4 years ago
Second
Alex jim
Alex jim - 4 years ago
Hi
FlipGaming
FlipGaming - 4 years ago
hi

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