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Is there anyway i can motivate my betta to build a bubble nest?

Is there anyway i can motivate my betta to build a bubble nest? Topic: Motivation to start homework
June 24, 2019 / By Killeen
Question: Okay so i am starting to breed bettas and my male betta started to build his bubble nest, and by curiosity i started searching youtube for betta building bubble nest and i found these videos of bettas making bubble nests really fast and my betta is doing it really really slow and he even takes breaks, is there anyway i can motiviate my betta to build it, and i dont mean to talk to it or something i mean motivation through habitat like: 1) putting female in a breeding net on his tank 2) setting temperature 3) adding plant 4) lessening the current of power filter anything
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Hugh Hugh | 9 days ago
i wouldn't try to breed your bettas! they can easily have 200 babies. and you have to have a place (jar, tank etc...) for each male or they will fight. and there not that easy to sale or give away. please do your homework on this before you start anything.
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Hugh Originally Answered: I need help making a homemade bird nest?
Usually whan you are breeding birds, you will use a proper nesting box, not a nest like the ones you see in the trees. You would probably be better off buying one from a pet store. Nesting boxes are pretty simple in design. They have four sides, in a slightly rectangular form. The front should have a hole large enough for the birds to come and go, and a perch just below the hole that has space on either side for the parents to sit. The back should slide off for access to check the babies, and to clean the box out periodically. image: http://www.clawandpaw.co.uk/images/P1010... you could try to make one yourself if you want with cheap pieces of wood, but I would recommend buying one, I find it easier. Good luck ------------EDIT------------- In that case, you don't need anything fancy... an ice cream tub with some wood shavings should do, she will just need something to keep them in, it doesn't have to be all neat with woven sticks or anything, just somewhere she feels safe, that she can keep them in. problem solved :D
Hugh Originally Answered: I need help making a homemade bird nest?
You can try getting a nesting box and provide paper towels & shredded paper and put it in the box. You can't force them to lay eggs though.
Hugh Originally Answered: I need help making a homemade bird nest?
I had the same problem. But I did mine wierdly . lol . I cut the bottom of a small milk jug, then i just got some long peices og grass from behind my house and i looped them in circles.

Erick Erick
You cannot make your Betta build a bubble nest, and you don't know anywhere near enough to consider breeding Bettas! Bettas have to be properly conditioned, then introduced at just the right time, and if you are lucky, they will spawn, rather than try to kill each other. Do it wrong, and you will wind up with a dead fish. If you are lucky enough to get a successful spawning, what will you do with all the fry? All the males have to be separated into different tanks to keep them from killing each other. Do you have the space and money for dozens of separate tanks, not to mention the time to maintain them all? Then what? It is nearly impossible to get rid of them. You might be able to give a few to family and friends, but that's about it. Pet shops won't take them, they have contracts with their own suppliers, and if people want a Betta, they are going to go to a pet shop, not some stranger's house! Just don't do it. You will wind up over your head, and spend tons of money with no return on the investment. Research how to care for the Bettas you already own, to make the most of what you have.
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