He's in my QT container right now as, I don;t have all the decorations for his tank yet and once he's in it I don't want to be moving things around and confusing him.
I don't generally like round containers because a fish can feel lost in them, but because of his complete lack of sight he kept on running into the walls and it was so sad. I put him in a round container and rather then hitting the walls he's able to smoothly swim in a circle. It takes him a while to eat, he tends to swim around until he bumps into it at the surface, when the pellets fall to the bottom they eventually disappear so I know he's eating.
Although I don't like them, I think I'll make the majority of plants in his aquarium silk rather than live. That way there will be less change for him to deal with. He should do fine though, he has his little sensor organs. I wonder if he can see lightness or darkness.
Originally Posted by kfryman
He looks so perfect with your picture taking skills! It's almost like its in person. Hope he gets adjusted and is at home with you.
Thank you so much! In my photos I always try to take them at the fish's perspective rather then a humans. It's also a lot of fun to see a photo and feel like you are looking into somethings soul, at some point once I've taken a large amount of high quality betta photos I want to create a photography art book that has betta care included.