Empty Crystal Head Vodka bottles re-purposed into aquariums
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notactuallycute way to small for an actual fish of any size.
Also no filter or heater, the only living thing this is suitable for is plant life.
This is a Siamese Fighting Fish, and they are meant to live in small containers, because in the wild they live in small puddles or ponds. They get stressed if the aquarium is bigger than a litre and as long as you keep the water clean, your fish will live a healthy and long life.
My boyfriend’s mother had a Siamese Fighting Fish and he lived for many years in a small bowl.
I’m no expert myself, but this is the information I know. And if you have anything to back up your sources I am happy to listen, I am just tossing in of what I know about these fishies.
I’m not an expert, either, but I know enough to tell you how wrong you are. I know what kind of fish it is, andI know that 1L is far too small. A betta needs a minimum of 2.5g (6.5L) but can thrive in much larger tanks if properly cared for.
They also need a heater and a filter, not just regular water changes. This ‘tank’ has neither, nor does it have any hides for the fish to retreat to. Wild bettas also do not live in puddles, they live in shallow and slow-moving bodies of water such as rice paddies, ponds, creeks, and rivers. In the wild a male betta can establish a territory of 10.7ft² (1m²).
Educate yourself, don’t contribute to the abuse and neglect of these animals by perpetuating misinformation.