Males absolutely do. In the wild betta males confront each other over territory and females, with the loser of the confrontation swimming away. But if they’re in a tank together, the loser can’t escape and is sometimes killed.
If you have a large enough tank, you can usually keep a betta male with one or several females. However, it isn’t unheard of for a male to attack a female he’s not familiar with, so when introducing new females keep an eye on them for awhile!
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