Wall fish bowls are great for small apartments and rooms where a tabletop fish bowl or Aquarium won't fit because of limited desk or table space. You can keep a betta fish in your home or office by hanging the fish bubble wall fish bowl.
The Fish Bubble Wall Hanging Fish Bowls add a new twist to the ordinary fish bowl. Children love to watch fish and the fish bubble is a great present for kids because wall fish bowls are easy to maintain.
Not interested in a full size wall hanging aquarium? A is perfect for you! These bubble fish tanks can be hung virtually anywhere! You can decorate your Fish Bubble, wall mount fish bowl with any aquarium accessories and keep bettas or any other "easy-to-maintain" fish in a cool, happy home on a wall!
They can also can be used for hermit crabs, African Dwarf frogs, planting terrariums and housing of other small creatures that don't require additional heat or filtration. Buy 3 or 4 and you can create wall patterns and great conversation pieces in your home or office. Use suction cups to mount your fish bubble on any mirror or window. The fish bubbles wall mount fish bowl comes in a 3.6 liter (1 gallon) and 6.7 liter size (approximately 2 gallons).
3.6 liter: 11.5 in. diameter (on flat side)
Join the colorful sea creatures of BubbleFish for a match-3 game you'll love! Aim the bubble-shooter to make a match of 3 or more connecting creatures, and fire when ready. Use your skills to clear the board, reach the next level, and earn powerups!
Most, if not all, species of bubble nesting fish continue parental care after construction of the floating bubble nest and spawning. After the eggs either float up into the bubble nest, or (in the case of sinking eggs) are carried there, and subsequently lodged into the nest by one or both parents. Following this, the male protects the brood by chasing away the female (if not a species in which the female also guards the nest) and any other intruders, concentrating on the eggs in the nest, retrieving any eggs or fry that fall from the nest and keeping the nest in repair; only a handful of bubble nest makers (notably some ) have females participate in bubble nest maintenance. One or both parents will guard the eggs constantly until the hatch after 24–48 hours and be suspended from the nest. The newly hatched fry will then be tended by the parent fish until they are independent, which can take from a day to several weeks depending on the species.