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Collection by Katlyn Quinn • Last updated 4 days ago

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PRODAC BETTA FOOD is a compound feed in granules for all Betta splendens. Read more on our WEBSITE www.it - The Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens), also sometimes colloquially known as the Betta, is popular as an aquarium fish. Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Wild Animals, Colorful Fish, Tropical Fish, Poisson Combatant, Fauna Marina, Carpe Koi

Crown Tail

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Trad PK Green Red Dragon M - Betta-Online

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Dramatic Portraits of Pet Fish Swimming with Personality

Ah yes, the majestic... goldfish. Photographer Visarute Angkatavanich (previously here and here) takes us up close and personal with these unusual domestic fish, from Siamese fighting fish (betta) to various breeds of goldfish, the Bangkok-based photographer casts these unusual pets in a spectacular

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Visarute Angkatavanich, Photography. Photographic art. Art on paper. Limited edition art. Digital Art. - La Lanta Fine Art

Photographer Visarute Angkatavanich captured the pictures using a range of lighting techniques in his studio and with crystal-clear water.