Hi , I have a female betta fuzh and a male frog I was just wondering if I could...
Bettas are able to live in small aquariums where other fish might not survive because they actually breathe air. Bettas come to the surface of the water and gulp air into their labyrinthine organ, and can survive in water without aeration. This adaptation allows them to live in the stagnant swamps and puddles in their native Thailand (Siam). They are aggressive towards other Bettas, but are usually not aggressive to other species of fish - unless they have colors similar to the Betta - or to other animals.
African Dwarf Frogs are air breathing, fully aquatic frogs that do not need to come out of the water onto land. They can be kept in aquariums with most non-aggressive fish, although they may eat very small fish. You should be able to keep a Betta and an African Dwarf Frog in a 2 1/2 gallon aquarium. If your aquarium has a filter, you should be able to maintain it with a monthly 25% water change and filter cleaning. If there is not a filter, then you should perform 10-20% water changes on the aquarium weekly.
Bettas prefer warm water (76-82 degrees F), and you may need a small aquarium heater to keep the water above 70 degrees in the winter for their health. Both Bettas and African Dwarf Frogs will eat small pelleted fish food, freeze dried brine shrimp or tubifex worms, or frozen fish foods.