Last Updated on February 20, 2022 by Sam
You may have heard of frozen bloodworms. These are a great option for feeding your betta fish, no matter what the temperature is outside or inside their tank. They’re also an inexpensive option!
Bloodworms are frozen and dried bloodworms. These worms are fed to fish as a source of protein, but they can be dangerous if not prepared correctly.
Frozen bloodworms are a good food for fish to eat. The best way to feed them is by using an ice cube tray and filling each compartment with the worms. After they thaw, you can put the worms in your aquarium. Reference: frozen bloodworms for fish.
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