So I have a Beta fish in a 10 gallon filtered tank. He seems healthy. I (try to) feed him Aqueon Betta Pellets. These pellets either (A) stay at the top of the tank and float for about a minute....and then (B) sink to the bottom and hit the gravel. My fish will ONLY eat these pellets when they are on the move from the surface water to the gravel. This means the fish has like a 10 second window to eat it, and most of the time, he isn't looking the right direction so doesn't see the pellet falling. This is obviously creating a huge waste of pellets. He probably gets one out of six pellets I put in, even if I put in like 2 at a time. It's a ton of luck for him to be in the right part of the tank and facing the right direction to see it floating downward...when he sees that he darts after it and eats it. So yeah...he won't eat the food if it's floating, and he won't eat it once it hits the bottom...even if it JUST hit the bottom a second ago..once it rests on the gravel..he's wants no part of it! Because of this, he's not eating much, and I'm getting a ton of wasted pellets. Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated. Is this normal? What gives?