Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 52
Rated 1 out of 5 by jolyne Do NOT do this to a fish
this is way tooooooo small. this is horrible to do to a fish. please do not keep a betta fish in anything smaller than 2 gallons. please take the time to invest in a larger habitat!!!!!! the fish do not deserve this it is way too cramped for them!!!!!!!!!!!!! :(
March 13, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Butler Too small
Betta fish need at least 2-2.5 US gallons in order to be healthy. Otherwise, oxygen is too quickly depleted and ammonia levels from wastes collect. I recommend getting a covered 5 US gallon tank as that size and over makes chemical regulation much simpler. But if that's not possible, go for a 2-2.5 US gallon covered tank and change the water about once a week,
February 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarineLife Great Starter Kit!
This is an awesome kit that includes the basics: Gravel, plants, a removable divider, and a nice little hood, all to help you get started. All you have to do is add dechlorinated water and fish! One minor issue: The kit is advertised to house two Betta fish with the divider installed. Although there is a divider, the divider is clear, and causes aggression between the two fish. I would not recommend using the divider as the space is too small and the divider is clear. Other than that, it is a great starter kit with the essentials for any aquarist who's just starting out. I would gladly reccomend this kit!
June 30, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by ChadsOwner Too Small
Indeed, these are too small for two betas. However, it was interesting to see them "fight" through the divider. A long while ago I had two, Orochimaru and Itachi, and they were happy and enjoyed the other's company, especially since they could stay separated. After Orochimaru died Itachi had the tank all to himself, which he loved. My third, Deidara, had it all to himself and was perfectly happy. Maybe it's still too small without the divider though...
June 19, 2015