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pics of watercolor fish for kids | Brittany LeBold › Portfolio › Betta Fish Digital Painting

pics of watercolor fish for kids | Brittany LeBold › Portfolio › Betta Fish Digital Painting

Siamese Fighting Fish By Visarute Angkatavanich

Siamese Fighting Fish By Visarute Angkatavanich

Rare Betta Fish | ... posts 136 aquaone betta barracks custom 6 betta barracks halfmoon pair

Rare Betta Fish | ... posts 136 aquaone betta barracks custom 6 betta barracks halfmoon pair

How to Treat a Sick Betta Fish: Betta fish in action,Siamese fighting fish. (Visit the article page for more how-to tips and tutorial.)   #Bettafish

How to Treat a Sick Betta Fish: Betta fish in action,Siamese fighting fish. (Visit the article page for more how-to tips and tutorial.) #Bettafish

Colorful Betta Fish Watercolor by Clair Hartmann by hartart13, $65.00

Colorful Betta Fish Watercolor by Clair Hartmann by hartart13, $65.00

Im your saint, will you be my savior? na We Heart It http://weheartit.com/entry/1896370/via/AlliceeCherry

Im your saint, will you be my savior? na We Heart It http://weheartit.com/entry/1896370/via/AlliceeCherry

Makes me wanna do watercolors again.

Makes me wanna do watercolors again.

fish tattoo tumblr

fish tattoo tumblr

watercolour fish - Pesquisa Google

watercolour fish - Pesquisa Google

Betta's were bred and kept for competition fighting in Thailand by the people of Siam in the 1800s. The King of Siam saw how captivated people were by these fighting fish and decided he should start licensing and collecting them. In 1940, the King gave some of these award winning to Dr. Theodor Cantor who called them Macropodus Pugnax. Mr. Tate Regan realized that there was already a species called Macropodus Pugnax in 1909 and renamed the fighting fish Betta Splendens.

Betta's were bred and kept for competition fighting in Thailand by the people of Siam in the 1800s. The King of Siam saw how captivated people were by these fighting fish and decided he should start licensing and collecting them. In 1940, the King gave some of these award winning to Dr. Theodor Cantor who called them Macropodus Pugnax. Mr. Tate Regan realized that there was already a species called Macropodus Pugnax in 1909 and renamed the fighting fish Betta Splendens.