Do fighting fish fight in the wild?

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    Yes, Siamese Fighting fish (beta fish) do fight in the wild. They fight with other male beta fish, but do not fight to the death. When one male loses, it simply swims away. Males also tend to be very aggressive when mating with female betas; it’s not unusual for a female to become injured or killed in the process.

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    Yes, Siamese Fighting fish (beta fish) do fight in the wild. They fight with other male beta fish, but do not fight to the death. When one male loses, it simply swims away. Males also tend to be very aggressive when mating with female betas; it’s not unusual for a female to become injured or killed in the process.

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    Absolutely, fighting fish can be very aggressive and protective of land in the wild and are prone to fighting. In aquariums, the fighting fish exhibit behavior similar to what you would see in the wild. They are carnivorous surface feeders and owners should be careful of keeping two male beta fish in the same tank. Males may kill females in tanks and in nature, females only seek out males during mating. When owning a fighting fish, it’s best to do research before putting the male beta fish with other fish.

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