Creative fish bowl ideas

One of the most beautiful ways to bring nature in your home is a fish aquarium. A lot of cheerful residents who live alongside you will each time cheer up and relax you, helping you to forget everyday problems. This will confirm every ?quaristics lover, and if you add the fact that the rest of your family especially the children will have a chance to learn more about the life of the fish, you will find that the tiny aquarium is really a lot useful. When you decide to buy an aquarium in front of you is a multitude of exotic species of fish and plants to choose from. For your inspiration, see the creative fish bowl ideas that we have chosen for you. Don’t forget that it is necessary to provide the best possible conditions for your new pets so that they are always healthy and happy.

Creative fish bowl ideas

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4 thoughts on “Creative fish bowl ideas

  1. do you realize that keeping a goldfish in a bowl is a way to shorten their live-span from the 30 years old they can get to annaverage of 5 years? its very unhwalthy for them. First, the size. A goldfish like a sarassa can get 30 cm. proper size is therefor at least twice that size. Swallowtails grow upto 20. Not in a bowl though. They will die because they cant grow. yes a bowl looks pretty. But stick some plants in it, and if your room temperature allows it, some shrimp. Dont be cruel to fish, just imagine your live span being reduced to 1/6th of the usual.

  2. Every single example here is horrible. They are animals, not decorations for your desk. A teacup? A mason jar? ARE YOU SERIOUS. Those poor fish. This is animal abuse.

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