Christina CC Posted January 21 Share Posted January 21 I noticed that the fins of Snowy II, white dumbo feathertail, are quite jagged, in comparison with how he looked when I got him a year ago in Jan 2022. The thing is he is a feathertail. His tails have always been a bit jagged. Over time as he grows, the tail gets more uneven and more jagged. It slowly changes over time that I did not notice the magnitude of change until I took photos of him a few days ago. He never gulps down food. Over time his appetite seems to reduce as well. Now he takes a bite at a time, swims back to his floating log home, then takes a bit again. He would munch the food over a period of time. He eats moderately and there is always leftover food. I feed him twice a day. He is more on the sedentary side. He does not seem to have problem swimming. Most of the time he hides inside his floating log home and watches outside. Sometimes he comes out to swim. Sometimes he rests on the substrate or against the plant. When he sees another betta, he would flare for some time before ignoring the other guy. Usually he is the instigator. Would love to hear what other hobbists think. Should I be worried about his fins getting more jagged? First two photos: Jan 2022 Other photos: Jan 2023 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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