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Can a betta fish die of old age?

Asked: Patrick Therrien, Last Updated:

After spending 5 or more years with your little buddy, sudden death can be devastating. Betta fish exhibit signs that they are dying from old age, most notably color loss and lethargy. Other symptoms are also possible, and more than old age can kill a betta.

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