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Ina how big is the tank? People often make the mistake to keep Goldfish in tiny bowls. And in reality they need a good sized tank because they grow rather fast and are waste machines.
To thrive, Betta need clean water just like any other fish. Fish tanks with filtration are able to establish themselves as tiny ecosystems, although they're ecosystems that need a little help from you.
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My son found a tiny fish in his tank
Many of the better pet stores will not even stock an aquarium underten gallons, and even more will try to discourage people from buyingthese tiny fish tanks since they are so difficult to care for and solikely to result in failure, frustration, and disappointment. Good petshops want their aquarium customers to be happy with their new fishtanks, and will encourage the customer to buy a more appropriatebeginner aquarium.It is interesting that one manufacturer of tiny, high maintenanceaquariums recommends that you need at least a 6 gallon aquarium tokeep any fish at all. This leads to the obvious question of why theywould sell a tank that is only three gallons with instructions thatsay (though indirectly) that you will need a tank at least twice thesize of the one they're selling you if you want to keep fish... Eventheir own recommendations actually tell you to get a largertank...I've never had much luck keeping fish, but when my sister found some tiny swimming creatures in her fish tank along with her fish, I found those fascinating ...Remember, fish tanks under ten gallons in total aquarium volumereally should be left to only the very advanced aquarium keepers, whounderstand the risks involved in such a small fish tank, who have alot of experienced caring for fish and aquariums, who are ready forthe additional challenge that a tiny fish tank represents, and who arenot concerned about the cruelty inherent in very small aquariums.I've never had much luck keeping fish, but when my sister found some tiny swimming creatures in her fish tank along with her fish, I found those fascinating and wanted to learn more. She was glad to give these little guys a home with me rather than tipping them down the drain along with her water-change waste. She also had some extra snails for me to take.The smaller the amount of water you have in a container, the harder it is to keep it in good condition - so I went looking for something bigger and more appropriate than the coffee jars I'd been using. I came across this corner tank for very cheap ($10) at a local store. The dimensions are 20cm x 20cm x 28cm tall, but since it's triangular the volume is halved. Assuming its not filled right to the top, it holds maybe a bit over 5 litres, or 1.5 US gallons? I certainly wouldn't want to keep fish in something this small, but it is perfect for the tiny creatures I want to keep.