Betta Fish using Aquarium Water Bridge

My Betta Fish using the aquarium bridge to move into the second tank. He moves to the tank on the right few times a day. Water current is a bit strong on the right side so he moves back to calm waters

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My Betta Fish using the aquarium bridge to move into the second tank. He moves to the tank on the right few times a day. Water current is a bit strong on the right side so he moves back to calm waters

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Whiffling Tit
Whiffling Tit - 4 years ago
Seeing this setup used with a betta fish is concerning, since they need air to breath. Ideally bettas and fish with similar requirements, i.e. gouramis, shouldn't be housed in this kind of risky setup, but if they are the top should be painted opaque to help the fish understand that it can't surface there for air and it needs to go elsewhere to find air. It would be tragic if the fish tried to struggle through the clear glass, suffocating.
Drua Thao
Drua Thao - 4 years ago
Betta can died from that they need air
Bleatzy
Bleatzy - 5 years ago
How do you control the water lvl? No over flow?
Gondwana
Gondwana - 4 years ago
To explain it, you can fill your sink with water, then take a colorless glass and put it inside the water sideways to let the water fill it. Then, take the glass upside down and start pulling it up. You will see how the water doesnt escape and stays full of water. You must keep a little bit of the glass under water for this to work, though.
Dennis Younger
Dennis Younger - 5 years ago
Not a good silicone job pal.
Shaliwahan Patil
Shaliwahan Patil - 5 years ago
+Dennis Younger Yeah I did not do that. Got them made from a kid. It was his first time and wanted to learn.
Zoid Burg
Zoid Burg - 5 years ago
So you have a black ghost knife fish that get to well over a foot long in a TINY tank with nowhere to hide. Disgrace.
Shaliwahan Patil
Shaliwahan Patil - 5 years ago
+Zoid Burg That was a temporary tank setup. After 20 days I switched it fishes to 300 gallon planted tank. No worries!
Vniko
Vniko - 5 years ago
what kind of fish is the other one?
Vniko
Vniko - 5 years ago
+Xuesi Cai Do you think it would be safe to put one with my freshwater stingray lol?
Xuesi Cai
Xuesi Cai - 5 years ago
+ThaUnknownStalker it's a blackghost knife, and it probably shouldn't be there. I've got one in my 40G and it's getting too small for him
kevin mcmahon
kevin mcmahon - 5 years ago
Betta fosh breath air so that could kill it
TheMirelyght
TheMirelyght - 5 years ago
+rickybobbychuva its easy...you lift one end up above water level and air flows in and water flows out taking the fish with it....then you put it back and siphon the air back out and done.
Shaliwahan Patil
Shaliwahan Patil - 5 years ago
+rickybobbychuva All other fish are okay, the problem was only with betta as it needed air to breath every now and then. Rest of the fish can stay as long as they want inside the bridge as the water is properly circulated (Sucked in from the left tank and thrown in the right tank. So same amount of water flows through the bridge).
And about the dead fish, it happened quite recently with a goldfish. Taking it out of the bridge was simple. I just took a vessel filled it with water from the right tank, waited for 10 seconds and then poured it right back in the same tank (Both tanks leveled during the 10 seconds wait and when I poured it back the water flowed to the other tank at high volume taking the dead fish with it, out of the bridge) .
rickybobbychuva
rickybobbychuva - 5 years ago
+Harry creasian In the wild, wolves hunt for food, but you don't see people sending their dogs out to hunt on their own. There are differences between wild bettas and domestic bettas bred as pets.

If the betta is smart enough though, then it doesn't seem like such a big deal to me. I'd personally be worried about that black ghost knifefish or how I'd get any fish out if one got sick and stopped swimming in the middle of the bridge. ;__;
Harry creasian
Harry creasian - 5 years ago
it's okay.. in the wild, bettas are known for holding their breath very long. Because they live in a very low oxygen water.
Shaliwahan Patil
Shaliwahan Patil - 5 years ago
+kevin mcmahon Its been more than 10 months and he didn't die! He is smart enough to swim to one of the tank and out to the surface.
kevin mcmahon
kevin mcmahon - 5 years ago
Rite in front of tv? Naw
AliMD76
AliMD76 - 6 years ago
thats a nice setup.

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Ironiic zero
Ironiic zero - 6 years ago
Do both tanks need to be the exactly the same volume or height or both
Bleatzy
Bleatzy - 5 years ago
This way you avoid overflows? doesnt matter if I have a smaller tank? with a bigger one ? if the surface is at the same level?
Shaliwahan Patil
Shaliwahan Patil - 6 years ago
Both tanks should be placed at the same height from the surface and also the depth of the tank should be equal as gravity makes water flows from higher point to the lower point and it can cause all the water from higher tank to flow to other.
Length and the width of the tanks can be different i.e volumes of the tanks can be different.

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