red or blue?

United States
January 6, 2007 11:16am CST
Why is it that 95% of the people i talk to, have always had theirblue betas die? For some reason, the red ones are the best ones, because they seem to live longer. i have met only a few people who have had long living blue ones, but almost every red one i have seen, with the proper care, will live a long time. why do the blue ones dies so fast?
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@bhushguha (203)
• India
17 Jan 08
I don't think red beta live more than blue. I think blue one is more sensitive. I m having both coloured betas but I don't think there is any difference apart from colour in them.
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• United States
7 Jan 07
i prefer red but they seem to be more aggressive than others and quit stupid.
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@HighReed1 (1127)
• United States
4 Aug 07
I think it depends on the health of the fish and the ability of the owner. I worked with a girl that had a blue Beta for years. Do we know anything about any of the other colors? We know about the red and blue ones. Are any of the other colors more hardy?
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• United States
24 Jul 07
We have a blue beta, matter of fact his name is sapphire max. He is almost one year old. We thought he was gonna die about 2 weeks ago but he came back and is just happy as a lark
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