I'm having to sell my 2 female bettas as they're constantly chasing and bullying my other fish.
They would be best in a tank on their own or with other female bettas/possibly corys or larger fish, they definitely could not be house with snails or shrimps as they have killed my snail and both of my shrimps.
I cannot get any photos of them atm as they will not stay still, but they look similar to the photos I've posted and I can try get photos of them if you message me! Please email or text me if you're interested.
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