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What is the rarest color of betta fish?

Asked: Karine Bélanger, Last Updated:

The rarest betta color in the world is the albino betta. But they have nothing on a true albino. True albino bettas, unlike white bettas, have pink or red eyes. The complete lack of pigmentation in their scales and fins gives them clear scales and pink skin.

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