Being first time Betta owners, my daughter and i are not yet fully aware of all aspects of Betta behavior...
Just curious whether this behavior is out of the norm,
My daughter's Betta (Veil Tailed) has spent the evening being quite active, exploring his new tank etc. He even ate earlier not bad for his first day home. He's flaring at everything that moves, even when my cellphone lights up if it happens to be on the same table..
However while we've been observing him we've noticed that he goes to the very corners of the tank, sticks his snout in the corner and almost rummages through the gravel... whether hes being playful or otherwise, we do not know... when he reaches the gravel, in that corner, he looks like he has a roll in the gravel, laying on his side for a second or two before zipping back up to the top of the tank.. he doesnt seem sick, his appetite is good, hes an insomniac apparently because its 2:00am and Mr.Betta wont stop exploring and zipping about in his tank... i see no fungus or visible issues healthwise... could this just be his unique behavior?