The infographic below shows the basics of caring for a Betta fish including habitat, behavior and optimal temperature.
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A good Betta fish tank with a divider is a great way to keep two male Bettas in the same tank together.
These easy DIY ideas for Betta Fish tank dividers should help you create the perfect environment for your Betta fish, and you’ll end up with something much better and more unique than what you’ll find at the pet store.
Before using a divider, make sure you have a big enough tank.
Betta fish need at least 2.5 gallons of tank space, so you should never divide a tank smaller than 5 gallons. 10 gallon tanks should only be divided twice.
Despite the many misconceptions about Betta tank size, bigger is always better.
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Are divided tanks good for bettas?
Divided tanks are a great idea if you want to keep multiple Bettas in the same aquarium. Not only will your Bettas be safe, but it’s very cost-effective and requires less maintenance overall.
Please ensure you always provide at least 5 gallons of water per Betta. So, the smallest size of the tank that could be divided is a 10-gallon tank.
Can two male bettas live together with a divider?
As long as a suitable divider is in place, then two Bettas can live long, healthy lives in the same aquarium.
It’s best to use a divider that obstructs the view from either side to prevent any stress caused by seeing another male. Live plant can also be used to help eliminate sightlines.