My new betta seems to
enjoy rubbing just his nose along the glass of his tank a *lot*. He
doesn't rub against anything else and seems to prefer one wall over
the others - should I be worried?
I knew it would be just a matter of time until someone had me
stumped with a question LOL. And just when I thought I KNEW IT ALL
I am kinda stumped, but not entirely stumped (there's still some life left in me hehehehehe). So here is my opinion on this mysterious matter.
Here is another funny observation. I have placed about 16 apache males in bungalows in a 40 gal tank. I had one extra male left so I shlapped him in the tank to be allowed to swim freely around the bungalows. The little fellow has had the WHOLE 40 gal tank to himself. Results: A)- He is twice as big as his brothers B)- His fins look much larger and better C)- He spends all his time glued against other betta's partitions just to mess with them, flaring and displaying and picking up imaginary fights D)- Last but not least, he spends all his extra free time in one spot. He found a place where he can hang and kinda "lay" on to top the bungalow edge, so he doesn't have to swim. He just sits there against the plastic wall, as if he wants in. Meanwhile his brothers pace back and forth in their cubicles as if they want out. Guess the water is always bluer on the other side :).