Guppies are also kept at temperatures of 77- 80 degrees Fahrenheit: the same temperature as bettas, I keep a peaceful Betta, some guppies, and some White Cloud Mountain minnows in a tank for about 2 years now, and haven’t had ANY problems with fin nipping or dieng fish, BUT, you need a REALLY peaceful Betta to put with guppies or any schooling fish
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I hadn’t noticed that while editing, this is a guest post. They can be combined with guppies as far as I know, but I really wouldn’t recommend any schooling fish with bettas – white clouds especially due to the temperature difference. I think the author may have forgotten about that. Thanks for bringing this to my attention, I’ll change it to avoid confusion.
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HELP!!! White clouds ragged fins, the only fish not with ragged fins is my glowlight tetra who was given to me accidentally when I bought my white clouds. The glowlight tetra used to be the one chased around, but now it is chasing and nipping my minnows incessantly. The minnows also chase and nip eachother. I know I should have returned my glowlight tetra to the fih store ages ago, but I never had time to, nor did I keep the bags my fish came in. The minnow with the brightest colours, which I assumed was the alpha male even has a huge chunk bitten out of his fins. My smallest minnow has been most affected and only has less than a third of a tail left, and only half a dorsal fin. I think its because I have too many males, I don’t know which are males or female, but most are skinny, and all of them except for my smallest one chase eachother around . Its as if I bought a school of fighting fish!
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Yes. Although rare, there are numerous instances of fish falling down from the skies. Of course, the fish do not really "rain" in the sense of condensing out of water vapor. The fish that fall from the sky are just fish that used to be in the sea. So what puts the fish up in the sky in the first place? Although few detailed scientific observations have been performed on this phenomenon, the common consensus is that tornadoes are the culprit. When tornadoes traverse over bodies of water, they become known as waterspouts. Waterspouts suck up lake or ocean water along with the fish or other creatures swimming in the water. The fish are sucked up the tornado's vortex and then blown around in the clouds until the windspeed decreases enough to let them fall back to the ground, perhaps miles away from where they started. According to Bill Evans' meteorology book�titled , creatures fall from the sky about forty times a year. All sorts of creatures have been reported raining down, including snakes, worms, and crabs, but fish and frogs are the most common. Even squid and alligators have been reported to fall from the sky. Often, the process of being swept high into the clouds encases these creatures in a layer of ice or hail that may still remain after they have plummeted back to earth. Raining creatures encased in blocks of ice can be very dangerous and have been known to smash through car windshields. If you see any wildlife falling from the sky, seek shelter indoors immediately.The white cloud mountain minnow is an extremely hardy fish that can withstand a wide range of temperatures. The white cloud mountain minnow can be kept in an aquarium without a heater as long as the temperature does not drop below 45°F (7°C). They are peaceful and are suitable tank mates for a community tank as long as the aquarium temperature doesn't get too high. Many keep these minnows in small desktop tanks.