Unique and amazing , Betta Fish Life Cycle

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    Usman

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    The Complete Betta Fish Life Cycle in 3 Minutes - YouTube
     
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    MoonShadows The Jam Man

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    Amazing video! Anyone know how long a Betta lives?
     
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    Great video
     
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    great vid. When did the fertilization happen though?
     
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    Life span can vary depending on genetics and quality of care but in general you should expect a betta that you buy at a local pet store to live 2-3 years (keep in mind many times by the time they are at the store for sale they can already be 6 months to a year old) I am bad at keeping records on my fish but I think the longest I had a betta was 4 years.
     
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    DutchMuch Lord Of The Aquascapes!

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    The longest life of a betta in thriving conditions is 7 years of age. But generally they live 4 to 5
     
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