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Betta Fighting Fish Food

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Tetra Fresh Delica Daphnia 48g - 16 x 3g Packs Tetra FreshDelica Daphnia provides daphnia in a nu..
$11.95
Tetra Fresh Delica Krill 16 x 3g / 48g Tetra FreshDelica Krill provides krill in a nutritious and..
$11.95
Tetra TetraMin Tropical Granules 100g These small, slow-sinking granules are designed to reach th..
$20.95
Zoo Med Betta Banquet - 7 Day Feeding Blocks Zoo Med's Betta Banquet Food Blocks are made with wh..
$6.95
Zoo Med Betta Bed - Leaf Hammock A naturalistic leaf hammock for your Betta to rest on. Allo..
$10.95
Zoo Med Floating Betta Exercise Mirror Small mirror suspended with a floating ball. When you..
$14.95
Betta Fighting Fish Food

The Siamese fighting fish or more commonly known as betta (Betta Splendens) is a very popular fish for smaller fish bowls or tanks. They are easy to keep, and have a special organ, known as a labyrith, which allows the fish to breathe by sucking air from the surface for the water. 

Bettas can be very picky with their food sometimes, but like all fish they need a varied diet. Bettas will generally take dry floating pellet, but its good to give them some frozen brineshrimp, daphnia or bloodworms as a treat.  Dried bloodworms are a good option for those that can't bear to keep frozen bloodworms in your freezer.