Progressive color change...
So I know betta fish have the ability to change their colors and let you know when they're cold or content due to their colors but I read recently that when a betta fish progressively loses it's colors and becomes brownish or overall darker than what it used to be, it's because he's getting old. Is this true or false? I have also read that you can tell when they are getting older because they'll look like they have a hunched back or a curved spine. What do you guys think?
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