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What is the rarest color of fish?

Asked: thomas kubi, Last Updated:

Purple. Purple bettas are one of the rarest colors, and if you find one it will probably be the most expensive betta fish you could buy. True purple bettas are almost unheard of. Many fish have purple colors shading to blue, red, or lavender.

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