Review 1 for Aquatica Gallery Magic Globe ''Honey Rose'' Aquarium
The aquarium might be to small to support fish and is probably why the size is never mentioned in item description list. Neat idea however might not be good for fish. Sears is much more straight forward and tells the buyer the size of the "Aquatica Gallery Magic Globe" however the price doubles (and yes Sears "Aquatica Gallery Magic Globe" is large enough to support fish life).
**Healthy fish need one inch of fish per gallon. Example, Betta 1" = 1 Gallon, Gold fish 2" = 2 gallons. That there inches of fish, they will need a 3 gallon Aquarium, any smaller they WELL DIE!**
Recommends this product? Yes
Age:25 - 34
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Gold fish in a TANK
DO NOT PUT A GOLD FISH, let alone any other fish beta or not, IN A FISH BOWL. The commenter who posted before me state that gold fish grow to 2 inches. THIS IS NOT SO. I buy all of my goldfish when they are about the size of my thumb. Every Single One has grown to the size of my FIST and they aren't even full adults yet. DO YOUR HOMEWORK before taking on such an enormous project. It is NOT as simple as buying a bowl with some rocks then trowing water into it with a fish. IT WILL get sick in a bowl. IT WILL die quickly in a bowl. BOWLS ARE INHUMANE. Frankly, they should STOP selling bowls as "FISH BOWLS". Put some pudding in it instead and serve it at a potluck. At least then you will know if it is clean or dirty. Putting fish in it, newbes don't know if it is or isn't clean.
Size mentioned... but is it right?
The size is mentioned before you click on the item. Says 20 gallon capacity... is that right though? Seems like it would have to be awful big to hold 20 gallons...