IKR? Sakura, that is exactly what I was thinking. This is EXTREMELY enraging, and that tank is definately no more that 1/2 gallon. These so called 'people' should be ashamed of themselves! There is no way you could fit a heater in there, and no way that 1 pellet a day is enough nutrition for a betta fish. He would starve or die of ammonia poisoning. I would understand as a cute tank to put maybe a snail or two in, maybe an african dwarf frog, but a betta is a NO WAY thing. The poor bettas in the pictures look like they can hardly turn around, much less wim and have a healthy life. It could be okay for someone untill they bought a more decent tank, maybe up to a week, if they did water changes every day and fed them a normal 3-5 pellets daily, but this is in no way WHATSOEVER a life sustaining tank for betta fish. Especially, this website should know better. I expect after all the reports of betta fish dying in these tanks from the costumers that they would at least change the information on this website, instead of letting inexperianced people think that this is a suitable tank for a betta fish. This is absolutely CRUEL and UNJUST, and there is no way I would EVER recomend this for ANYONE. And for $20+ too? What is wrong with these people??!! I will be sending the staff of this website a very strong worded message like Amitisti did. I absolutely HATE when people assume that just because betta fish live in 'small' puddles in the wild it is okay to put them in bowls and aquariums so small that they can not turn around. And BTW, they don't live in 'small' puddles-they live in very large and SHALLOW puddles, bettas have tons of room to swim in in the wild! UGH this MAKES ME SOO MAD!!! Sorry everyone fo rthe mini rant, but this is absolutely horrible!