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Anchor Hocking Rounded Fish Bowl .5" Gallon - (6" Diameter x 6.75" High): Solid 1/4 inch thick clear glass 1/2 gallon capacity Ide
I habe two Betta. Both male. Both in their own tanks. One is on my night stand in a 1.5 gallon tank that has the filter, heater, couple of real plants and a small cave he likes to go in and out of. The tank also has a led light and is covered. The second is in a 2.5 gallon glass bowl. We rigged the same type of filter with suction cups to work in the bowl and got a heater also. He also has a couple of plants and a cave to swim into and play. They both explore and stay active. They have also both discovered their reflections on the walls of the tank. One tank has a led light and one tank does not have a light. I have read that the lighting in the area or on the tank needs to be changed so this does not continue to happen. Seriously one of the fish is on the head hunt going after himself fiercely. What suggestions do you have for me.
I have had goldfish for a while now and I’m constantly researching. I’ve seen people with many fish in their tank and the fish are doing very well. All my guys are fancy. I started with two in a 10 gal and they got a lot bigger in the past few months. My friend then got me two more and they were very tiny so I had them in a 5 gal. They also got bigger. Now I just recently bought a 20 gal and the four of them live in there. While I do find this information helpful, I really do believe that properly taking care of your fish is key even if some of the tank space is not adequate. Granted, a fish bowl is a poor choice for a goldfish and placing ten fish in a 10 gal tank would also be poorly thought out.
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Awesome beta fish bowl idea Want a 5 gallon vintage water bottle instead ... Trish Harritt has one for sale Inbox her on facebook about it. Has blueish tintI have a decent amount of experience with Betta fishes. Heck, I’ve even bred them once (and trust me, that was way too exciting). Initially, I used to keep them in very small cylindrical bowls of around 0.5-1 Gallon capacity each. Later on I found out that Bettas love a bit bigger tanks with a lot of dense plants like Cabomba.We recently purchased a 5 gallon aquarium which would become the new home for my daughter's Betta fish. While we wanted to upgrade him from the temporary bowl she was using to a larger home, more importantly we knew that with the fluctuating evening temperatures we needed to get him into an environment that included a heater before the water temperature got too low than the tropical temperatures that we needed to maintain.Since we were upgrading to the 5-gallon tank, I did not even consider a temporary solution such as the Betta Bowl Mini Heater made by Zoo Med. While companies may advertise they're safe, a heater in anything as small as a 1-gallon bowl is too dangerous for any fish, especially if you can't maintain a tropical temperature. I would not advise using these at all, unless you're willing to sacrifice your fish.