This Aquarius 1.5-gallon Aquarium Kit is an ideal beginner fish bowl. Featuring sturdy, shatter-proof construction, Aquarius Plastic Fish Bowl makes a good home for betta or guppies. Aquarius products, such as this 1.5-gallon fish bowl, are designed to...
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Rule #1 – Stay away from fish bowls and any fish tank under 5 US gallons in size!
It is highly recommended to get at least a 5-gallon fish tank for even just a single Betta fish (also known as Siamese Fighter Fish). In fact, we recommend a 5-gallon as the bare minimal tank size for even the smallest fish species. Anything smaller is not ideal to keep fish healthy due to the fact it will be harder to keep the water perimeters stable.
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This quality 1.5 gal Imagine Clear Round Fish Bowl Starter Kit is manufactured right here in the United States. This is a perfect bowl for a goldfish, and easy to use. Rinse the bowl with tap water to remove accumulated dust- do not use soap or detergents, and to provide the fish with enough surface area, don’t fill the bowl up to the top. Also Chlorine is poisonous to fish, so avoid tap water. This starter kit comes with a 1.5 gallon round bowl, plant, gravel, goldfish food, chlorine neutralizer.
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A good home for a betta is a one gallon fish bowl or clean 1 gallon jar. Small aquariums also make good homes and a 2.5 gallon to 5 gallon aquarium is an ideal size. Larger aquariums are fine too. My “work” betta has a 10 gallon all to himself and he swims from one end to the other all day long. Most bettas are not as active as he is and that is why a smaller aquarium will work for most. The advantage to using an appropriately sized bowl or aquarium is also that maintenance is less time consuming since water changes generally need to be done only once a week.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.