Plastic Drum Bowl
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1 Gallon Plastic Drum Fish Bowl.
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Karen M.
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Rating: 1

Not good for goldfish

posted 6 years ago

This is definately not a good goldfish bowl, since goldfish need much more room and good filtration and airation. I do use this bowl for my chinchilla dust. He fits into it well, and doesn't mind climbing in one bit. Should be renamed a chinchilla dust bowl.

Pros: Good for chinchilla dust

Cons: Not healthy for goldfish

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Mark C.
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Rating: 1

Bowls are bad!

posted 6 years ago

These bowls are too small and shouldn't be used. Goldfish should live 15-20 years and get way too big for these cramped little bowls. I have one of these bowls - it's useful for storing disinfectant for my smaller nets. I wouldn't put a live fish in something this small though.

Pros: great for holding net soak solution

Cons: too small for fish

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