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do bettas make bubble nests when happy

do bettas make bubble nests when happy
In 1896, German tropical fish expert Paul Matte introduced the first specimens into Germany from Moscow, surely from the tension built by Carbonnier. This indicates bettas were already a little established in France and Russia by the turn of the twentieth century. Fighting fish were also existing in Australia by 1904, in keeping with an editorial written by British born zoologist Edgar Ravenswood Waite and published by the Australian Museum in Sydney. Waite suggests that Australian specimens were brought from Penang, Malaysia, near the border with Thailand. He also makes connection with two articles about “fighting fish” posted by Carbonnier in 1874 and 1881. Bettas may have first entered america in 1910, via importers in California; there also is proof they were imported in 1927 from Cambodia.