I like those huge aquariums built into walls. I also like those aqauriums that are all glass with no rims, just a light shining over the tank with water filled to the very top. Those look really nice.
Like these: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHDHf...eature=related
I'm not really happy with any of my tanks tbh. Rcently I've been thinking of buying a nice 5 gallon kit.
But what I'd looove is a Fluval tank (not for bettas, though).
Registered just for this... Out of curiousity why would you not put a betta in a fluval tank? I ask this because i have a betta and an adf in one right now.. they seem to love it, and each other.. they're like friends
If Fluval is the type I am thinking about (one without a cover or hood) then this is probably why. Betta fish can (and will) occasionally jump from the water. You don't want to end up with a dried out Betta on your floor.
If your tank doesn't have a cover, I'd be looking for one ASAP. Just my opinion though.
ohh well that makes complete sense... cause yes he has jumped out of container while i was cleaning the tank and i panicingly (not sure thats a word) put him back in it. As far as the fluval tank though, it doesnt get filled to top there is about an inch or so left and i dont see him ever jump over an inch high. But i see what youre saying... i might let the water evaporate a little more just to be safe. I love this site already. So many precautions for these little guys.. lol