Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 6
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dragoncat Way to small!
Now I know almost everyone has said this, but this tank is way to small. Any fish (yes even a betta.) should'nt be in a tank less than one gallon. Even one gallon is to small. You should only have this for emergencies for small fish. 9guppies,bettas, and african dwarf frogs. Even though they arnt fish.) Please take this to mind.
April 20, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Butler too small
I bought this to make a mini-landscape for some air plants, but those are just about the only living things that should go in this. Not only is it way too small (ammonia levels would rise too quickly, and its harder to regulate the chemicals in smaller tanks), but it is uncovered. certain fish are known to be jumpers (like bettas), and having an uncovered bowl can lead to some sad surprises.
February 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by slovaakiia supercallafragileistickexspealluhdo-shusss bowl!!!
Okayseez, so I bought this for my 4th cat named Bertha to lounge in, as a cats couch, you know? It works really well we have pillows in it and everything! Wow, it really reminds me how much I love my little Bertha! Thanks, Pet Smart!
January 9, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by LilithSakomochi Pros and cons
I bought this "fish bowl" to keep my bobby pins in. I love the fact that this is made of tempered glass. It fell today, and it didn't break! (All of my bobby pins fell though :p). This is way too small to house a animal! But I guess it works as a funny piece of furniture! Maybe I'll plant a tiny cactus in it, who knows? Just keep animals away from this :3
February 7, 2015