Last Updated on January 3, 2023 by israel
Is your betta fish turning pink? In this blog post ,I will be explaining and discussing the reasons to why your betta fish is turning pink, I will explain both the causes and the solution.
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What Is A Betta Fish?
The Siamese fighting fish, commonly known as the betta, is a freshwater fish native to Southeast Asia, namely Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Why Is My Betta Fish Turning Pink?
Betta fishes turn pink for a lot of reasons, it might be as a result of an illness (ammonia contamination), an increase in age, an increase in stress level e.t.c. Do not worry, there’s a solution to this.
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What to do if my betta fish is turning pink?
- Change the water in your tank (15-20%) weekly.
- Watch the feeding habit of your betta fish
- Make sure your betta fish isn’t disturbed.
Follow the steps in the above youtube video for more tips on how to take care of betta fish.
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Betta fish turning pink is a result of illness, an increase in age or an increase in stress level. When you notice your betta fish turning pink, it is advisable to clean its tank, increase feeding a bit, and stress it less.
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