Bettas are aggressive, if a fish gets too close, betta might crack and kill them...
It depends on the water parameters, they may not return fully but unless something is seriously wrong they should heal at least some.No. Also I noticed today one of my betta's ventral fins is damaged
I am going to test my water tomorrow at a pet store.
I also was told that if he has parasites he will lie on the ground not swim much, but he swims quite a lot. He does lie on the gravel a few times but then starts to swim again.
Will his ventral fins heal
Sorry taht is my ember tetra. By the way my ember tetra has a black spot on her fin and it has grow a lot bigger. It looks pregnant.Mine isnt a dalmatian molly. It looks like this.
Ok, first can you post a picture of him? If you bought him as an adult then he was probably 9months-1.5yrs old when you got him so it’s possible he’s just getting old. Sometimes bettas can develop chronic fin rot due to age (not bad fin rot but it keeps coming back), that’s what happened to my betta. Also, what tank size and what fish are still in the tank? Depending on that you may or may not be able to divide the tank and still have enough space.my phone isn't allowing me to log in. I noticed that my betta's fin is getting damaged. I watched a video on why this might happen and they said it could be because of sharp objects. however, I had recently moved a fake plant because I didn't want this to happen. I researched all the fish that I have in the tank with my betta and I found out that they ALL nipped fins! I'm getting a tank divider hopefully. would this help and would my betta regrow his fins. Also, it has almost been a year since I got the betta and he looks sick he just lies down on the substrate and only goes up once every while to breathe. he doesn't eat a lot too. I have rarely seen him eat. could anyone help me out, please?
Both the parents are white. The father is turning into a dalmation molly.They may have just been on the verge of death, sometimes fry have genetic issues that make them weaker or look different. I think that you just have white molly babies. If either mollies had a parent who as a white molly than that would explain why your fry are white.