So you want to breed betta fish. You have been doing research on the Internet and experiencing all the websites you could. You even went to YouTube to look at a portion of the recordings and you were so excited when you are watching the recordings of the betta fries, trusting that they were yours.
At this point, you go all out to search and prepare all the types of gear you have to arrangement an ideal tank for the rearing pair. You went through some cash on those and you resemble an expecting father who is going to see many of your own children and daughters who will be contacting earth in possibly 14 days.
The opportunity has finally arrived. You make sure each and every progression you take is told on the website you read while you were doing your research. You get yourself a few dry Indian almond leaves for them to fabricate bubble home. You dumped the reproducing pair in the tank. They spawn, lay eggs and fries are hatched. You even hatch saline solution shrimps to feed your baby fries. Seven days later, you find out that all the fries are laying without moving in the tank. They are all dead.
That was exactly what happened to me.
One fine day, my mum brought back a couple of pairs that were ready for reproducing. She rarely did any research on the Internet in relation to the matter. In any event, when she is on YouTube, she is just inspired by recordings that matter to her, which had nothing to do with fish.
What she did next shut me down.
She randomly picked a male and a female betta, dumped them in a tank. She didn’t prepare the tank the way I read on certain websites. She placed several plants in the tank, left them there for half a month and they spawned with baby fries. At the point when I investigated the tank, they all look active and healthy. The tank was and still exceptionally filthy, but it appears to be an ideal place for the fries to develop to their adulthood.
All these lead me to an end. Once in a while, we simply have to let the nature do its activity. Well before bettas became a pet fish, they were in the lake and the nature took great care of them. They didn’t have air siphon or any filtration system. Their habitats were probably so squalid that we wouldn’t accept that they would endure. Be that as it may, my mum’s investigation revealed to me in any case.
Obviously, I am not saying that this is an unquestionable requirement. This happens to me, personally. In the event that you can give a clean and great condition for the bettas to breed, by all means do so. I am simply sharing with you that occasionally, there is really no research required for dealing with the nature.