Siamese fighting fish : Stock Photo
Species- Betta SplendensOriginally a bland species, fighting fish caught our interest when we discovered their competitive and territorial nature and through selective breeding were bred into a range of brightly colored ornamental fish with heightened aggression.


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Siamese fighting fish

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Tim Flach
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Species- Betta SplendensOriginally a bland species, fighting fish caught our interest when we discovered their competitive and territorial nature and through selective breeding were bred into a range of brightly colored ornamental fish with heightened aggression.
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161939726
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Stone
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