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1. Large gumball machine with metal, removable top. The machine needs to be at least 16 inches tall, and hold at least a gallon of water. Smaller gumball machines will not hold enough water for a fish to live comfortably, 2. Circle of glass, cut to size needed (see Step 5 for more details), 3. Silicone aquarium sealant, 4. Decorative clear glass marbles (These are available in the fish department of most pet stores. However, they are considerably cheaper at a arts and craft…


I do not usually post bowls used as aquariums, but how fabulous is this one? And it only hosts some shrimps (or not even those? I can’t see any), so its okay :)


90 gallon fish aquarium tank, stand, canopy, sump, filter and more

Fish Tank Stands | 90 Gallon Fish Aquarium Tank Stand Canopy Sump Filter and More | eBay