|Fish Type||Betta, Goldfish, Marine Fish...||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater|
|Material||Plastic, Acrylic||Plastic, Acrylic||Plastic, Acrylic||Plastic, Acrylic||Glass, N/A|
|Capacity (Max)||4-gal||4-gal||4-gal||4-gal||5.44 gallons|
I must say I was surprised when I got this together. It was bright, loud (bubbler) and I realized too late that it can't really be planted with live plants (I fixed that later). I also had to buy an air valve to bleed off some of the air to the tank. I'm still trying to fix the brightness of the light in the tank. If you are into pink gravel and plastic plants, then this is the tank for you. If you are into live plants and natural settings, then this is not your best choice. Is seems like all of BIO ORBS choices for tank decor all are slated towards a salt water theme, or other seasonal choices. I would prefer not to put freshwater fish in a pseudo salt-water environment. Just my personal opinion. I added Java fern tied onto wood and Java moss to satisfy my choice for real plants. It's working.
This is a betta no. Betta need surface air to breath so restricted surface area is never a good thing. Now other fish and animals maybe for some tetras but this tank is just to impractical for most implications. For shrimp love it but nothing really crazy fun I would put in any of these enclosures.
Got it today very easy to set up can’t wait to see fish and plants in it. Love it bigger than I thought but don’t mind at all.
I have had this less than a year and already it’s leaking into the pipe. Idk what to do as this was pricey.
Check YouTube aquarium pros -they all prefer "SPONGE FILTERS" Biorb comes with built in sponge filter,CRSTYL CLEAR water, reduced partial water changes