These competitions can result in the death of either one or both fish depending on the seriousness of their accidents. To avoid fights over territory, male Siamese fighting fish are best remoted from one another. Males will every so often even respond aggressively to their very own reflections in a mirror. Though here is certainly safer than exposing the fish to an alternative male, prolonged sight of their reflection may lead to emphasise in some people. Not all Siamese combating fish reply negatively to other males, particularly when the tank is large enough for every fish to create their very own designated territory. Thus far, the existing article has mainly concentrated on the behaviours of male Siamese fighting fish.