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I just got a fifth (good lord...) betta fish, Lux. He's an aggressive and active little guy! I noticed there's a difference in his eyes, though. In one, I can clearly see a sort of half-closed eye with reflections of steel blue. The other, however, just appears to reflect black. Is that normal? (if I can get a pic soon, I will!) He seems perfectly fine, though.
 

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If he isn't acting strangely or bumping into stuff I wouldn't be worried. It could possibly be a strange mutation or pigment.
 

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He may just be one in a million with two different colored eyes :) I know my blue-eyed dalmation's blue eyes you can only really see the blue color on the bottom half.
Blue eyes are uncommon.. but I wouldn't worry about it too much as long as his eyes aren't cloudy or ballooned out.
 

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It's always wierd when my rats' eyes catch the light. You think they've been looking one way and then the light shows that their pupils are pointed off in a different direction!
 
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