day 3. my female crowntail and my baby arowana are doing fine, i dont see any fins chopped off nada. i guess ill keep him there for about 1 month and while searching for bigger tank. i have a 10 gal.
when i feed him blackworms, he does tackle worms like lightning.
Their compatibility will really come down to how fast the Arowana grows. Keep in mind as the Arowana's digestive organs continue to develop he will soon be able to take in larger chunks of food as Arowana's mouths can open up to be quite large in proportion to his body.
In the end, it's your aquarium pets so the risk is all yours but don't be surprised to see your betta missing one day,
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