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Which fish is more easier to take care?
I have had both Beta’s and Goldfish, and I can honestly say I think Goldfish are easier to take care of. They seem to be a tougher fish. Either way you go, you will have a certain amount of upkeep and cleaning of the tank or bowl. That is something you will want to keep in mind. Currently I have a 35 gallon hexagon aquarium, and in it we have two plecosimuses, a mini-catfish, a neon guppy, a gold fish, a mini shark, and a silver colored fish with long whiskers. (It was given to us by some people who had lost all of their other fish, so they brought it to us to put in our tank.) I have a medium sized filter, and a couple air rocks that keep motion in the tank and keep the water circulating. That is the key to keeping a tank clean is keeping the water circulating through the tank. Especially when you have a deep tank. The airators help to circulate the bottom water to the top, and up into the filter. I change the filter about every 6 weeks, and the water stays clear.
I’ve had Goldfish before & they always seemed to die on me no matter what I did. Now this time I bought me a beautiful male Beta fish with a flowing red tail & he is still alive & swimming. I bought him from Petsmart back in June & that was 8 months ago. I feed him Beta food in the morning & freeze dried worms at night(it’s like a treat to them). My husband & I bought a little 2 gallon tank with a pump & a light so that he would have more room to swim. The tank itself is not that big so it isn’t very hard to take care of it & you really don’t have to clean it as often as you would a fish bowl. I hope I was able to help you out here a little bit. Please let me know what you finally decided on getting.
If you are going to get goldfish then make sure that you give them each 20 gallons of water so that they can grow right. Goldfish are messy fish and should have frequent partial water changes of 20 to 30% each week (think of an aquarium as a house with a toilet that is broken, the only way to flush the toilet is to do a partial water change). And as far as the bettas go they need more than just that little bowl that you see them in in the pet shop and also you need to keep them warmer than just room temp, unless room temp is near 80 degrees. The bettas will survive at lower temp but not thrive, and goldfish need to be kept cooler, 72 and lower for the best results. With that in mind I would go with the Betta unless you can provide a large enough tank and all of the filtration and other equipment that you need for goldfish. Yes you need that stuff for a Betta but it is less expensive and does not take up as much room as does the larger tank.
If you are going to get goldfish then make sure that you give them each 20 gallons of water so that they can grow right. Goldfish are messy fish and should have frequent partial water changes of 20 to 30% each week (think of an aquarium as …
We have had fish tanks but recently got rid of the fish and drained them. They were my Moms fish and she is tired of the care. The best source for advice on the care of your fish is the pet stores. Maybe frequent different ones with the sam…
Yes, I have watched fish and birds, I do not have any special training in their care. I have some exotics and farm animal education.