Betta Fish Care in 10 Steps, Fool Proof
Betta 10 years ago 149,210 views
http://amzn.to/2AY4Buj - This Food is the best Betta food you can buy. Spend a couple extra dollars on a quality brand. Here is a link to amazon Omega One Betta Buffet: http://amzn.to/2AY4Buj I'm a betta fish nerd and this is my blog is on taking care of betta fish. I go over 10 steps on caring for these fish. It's really simple to take care of them actually. I really enjoy these fish! I would also like to add some disclaimer notes here that some of the stuff is only aimed at total beginners. I do understand that the mail beta fish can be kept with other species of fish.. but as far as beginners I want to keep this totally out of the spectrum because this is not an aspect for beginners to be thinking about. I don't want people killing fish because it is already happening. So consider this guide to be aimed towards only total newbies to keeping Betta fish. Anyway, I don't really have time for all the negative comments that people are sharing here and just ripping me apart. I'm simply trying to do a good thing by helping new fish keepers take care of their new fish. If you have a problem with my video just turn it off and move on without giving me your nasty opinion. There may come a time where comments will be disabled if it continues. I never would've thought that there was an so much success with one video but so much negative commenting. https://youtu.be/qHVOpgFsqQo I will say that the added benefit I've been giving to people is by far a greater margin then the negative comments though so I will continue to be making videos on helping new fish keepers. I somewhat enjoy making these videos and I do have another channel if you want to subscribe. I usually also try to add a good website that you should visit or to find more information that's valuable on the topic of the video. Taking care of Betta fish is one of my all time favorites though. Tank Size for Betta Fish? Aquarium Size https://youtu.be/9JzBG4PFpMo *Update - The website that I have posted in the description box here is actually my blog that I built. A friend of mine does web design any help me through it together to kind of give up small community for us beta fish enthusiasts to go hang out at. So if you want to take a visit just jump on that link and it will forward you to my blog. And you also have to consider that a lot of these videos on my previous channel are super old so you can't be too judgmental because I was a lot younger then and some my videos have kind of gone out of date. Even though a lot of this stuff I'm taking care of fish never changes but some of it is a little outdated as far as video quality and so forth. I was taking pictures the day before yesterday and thought I saw a fin in that hole but it was positioned towards the back and when I looked again I saw nothing. But seeing that a fish is actually in said hole I think it had to have been this fish. Okay he swam out. False alarm I guess. Thank god because idk how I would have gotten him out. I guess he likes to hide there and just happened to be there the other night. His tank is so clean now..just waiting for my tannins to come back. Also did work on my crab tank..and right I'd share their dinner with you tonight. They have river shrimp..left over brine shrimp from my fish..honey..green sand..bee pollen..chia..fresh pear..that goes straight in the sub for my isopods also..dried banana chips..and raw chicken Depends what you mean by spotted pleco lol. But yeah should be fine. I’d just get one gourami. It can work but the ones you listed are the same species, just different color forms, and all of the colorful ones are males. They typically won’t get a long but if it’s a heavily planted tank with lots of natural division it could work to House multiple males. I wouldn’t get just two giant danio though they get rather large for a 55 as far as schooling fish go might make it look a bit crowded. Always trial and error. Works for one doesn't work for the other. If you have a good lfs ask them what trade in policies they have. Happy fish keeping. Oh and plants if you get jungle val or wendtii (spell check) just get one bunch they multiple fast. Also what substrate will you get. Giant danios need a school of at least 4 in my opinion and they most definitely would eat the leopard danios lol giant danios get to 4 inches long and sometimes 6 but most commonly 4 inches. well they are very fun to watch and a 55 is their absolute minimum tank size but if you do decide to get them they are really easy to breed I keep finding fry in my filter 😂 have you used aqua advisor for stocking? It could help tell you how stocked your tank would be with and without the giant danios. They don’t have much of a bio load just they eat small things. No I have no idea what that is. Yea I heard they were really active and great schoolers. Which the kids would enjoy. But if I got those then we wouldn't be able to get the angel fish. Which the kids already said they wanted.